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Open Post: November 2013

Nick Reynolds

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In his speech last month outlining his view of the BBC's future, Director General Tony Hall said:

"At the moment we treat audiences like licence fee payers. We should be treating them like owners. That’s what I meant when I said that we wouldn’t be THE BBC, but My BBC, Our BBC? The public owns us and that is what it needs to feel like."

Which seems like a good cue for another in our occasional series of open posts.

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Nick Reynolds is Editor, BBC Internet blog

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