Is the BBC making the right decisions?
The BBC's Annual Report and Accounts has been published, while the BBC Trust has rejected the corporation's initial plans to close 6 Music as part of its wide-ranging strategic review. Are the right decisions being made at the BBC?
Trust Chairman Sir Michael Lyons says that the Trust would only consider closing the station as part of a wider strategy on the future of digital radio. However, it has accepted plans to close the Asian Network, cut 25 percent of the online budget and close Blast!
The annual report follows recent comments from Sir Terry Wogan who said that highly-paid BBC stars could afford to take a 15% pay cut. However, the corporation's director general, Mark Thompson, has warned that revealing the salaries of its top stars would be "damaging and destructive".
Do you agree with the Trust's verdict on 6 Music? Do BBC channels and programmes provide good value for money? How should the Corporation be spending its money, and how open should it be in doing so?
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