Tony Hall proposes free market for programme-makers
BBC Director General Tony Hall has been outlining plans for the future of programme-making at the corporation.
Speaking at City University he said he wanted to change the system where half of all BBC TV programmes were made in-house.
He said that the proposals would help smaller, independent production companies to make programmes for the BBC, but stressed that BBC Production would also be able to produce for other broadcasters.
10 Jul 2014