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The Trust makes decisions about the future of the BBC in the best interests of the licence fee payer. As part of this, we regularly hold open consultations on subjects we are considering. These are usually related to a BBC service, although they can also be on other matters such policy statements about how the BBC operates. These consultations normally take the form of a questionnaire which allows us to ask the public specific questions before we take a decision. All submissions will be taken into account.
Consultation on the BBC’s detailed plans to turn its production arm BBC Studios into a commercial subsidiary.
This consultation considered BBC radio, TV and online news and current affairs programming in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Tha a' cho-chomhairle seo a' coimhead air prògraman rèidio a' BhBC, TBh, air-loidhne, naidheachdan is cùisean an latha ann an Èirinn a Tuath, Alba agus sa Chuimrigh.
Mae’r ymgynghoriad hwn yn rhoi sylw i ddarpariaeth radio, teledu, ar-lein, newyddion a rhaglenni materion cyfoes y BBC yng Ngogledd Iwerddon, yr Alban a Chymru.
This consultation, which ran from 20 November 2015 to 15 January 2016, sought comments related to the proposed guidelines and associated appendices for elections around the UK in 2016.
This consultation, which ran from 20 November 2015 to 15 January 2016, invited views on the draft guidelines which help to define how the BBC will comply with its duty of due impartiality during the period leading up to and including the referendum.
This consultation, which ran from 15 October 2015 to 7 January 2016, sought views on draft criteria for allocating Party Election Broadcasts.
This consultation, which ran from 16 September to 20 November 2015, asked for views from interested parties on BBC proposals to transform the majority of the BBC's in-house production unit into BBC Studios, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BBC Group.
This consultation, which ran from 15 October to 19 November 2015, sought views on a number of proposed changes by the BBC Executive to the allocation criteria for party political broadcasts.
This consultation, which ran from 10 September to 5 November 2015, asked for views on a series of proposals presented by BBC management which it believes will make the Corporation more open and distinctive.
This consultation ran from 30 July to 9 October 2015 and asked for the views of industry and other interested parties as part of a Trust review of its fair trading policy.
Following publication of provisional conclusions in June 2015, the Trust ran a second consultation from 12 August to 30 September 2015 on the BBC Executive’s proposals to close BBC Three as a broadcast channel and reinvent it online; launch a +1 channel for BBC One; evolve BBC iPlayer; and extend the hours of CBBC.
This consultation ran from 6 July to 28 September 2015 and looked at BBC local radio in England, together with local and regional news and current affairs output.
This consultation ran from 22 July to 18 September 2015, asking a series of questions from audiences about their opinions on the BBC, such as its range of services and the quality of what it provides.
Between 28 April and 26 June 2015, the Trust sought views from interested parties on a draft distribution framework for BBC services and content which brings together in one place the Trust’s requirements relating both to linear (broadcast) and on-demand content.
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