Discussion of the forthcoming European Parliament Elections
This month’s meeting will discuss Freedom of Expression and include music played on the BBC, contributors with extremist views, religious sensitivities, and what constraints, if any, apply to satire.
This month’s Editorial Policy will discuss Accuracy, using clips from Children’s, News, Entertainment, and Films.
This month's editorial policy meeting will discuss issues around Harm and Offence using clips from Drama, News, Documentaries, and Digital.
This month’s meeting will discuss contributors across live and recorded programmes.
This month’s meeting will look at Privacy issues in light of the Sir Cliff judgement.
This month’s meeting will be a joint Editorial Policy / Editorial Legal briefing on the implications of the Sir Cliff judgement for BBC programmes.
Taking examples from a range of programmes, including Factual, Drama, News, and Current Affairs, this month’s editorial policy meeting will discuss editorial and legal issues around Privacy.
Does freedom of expression mean the freedom to offend? This month’s editorial policy meeting will discuss this and other issues around harm and offence.
What constitutes an editorial conflict of interest?
Taking examples from Television, Radio and online, this month’s editorial policy meeting will discuss editorial and legal issues around revocations and reversioning.
This month’s editorial policy meeting will discuss issues around commercial references in BBC licence fee funded programmes.
Does dramatic licence trump accuracy? What's the relationship between accuracy and trust? How right should we be when the news is breaking?
Social, Digital, Voice, Virtual Reality ... Editorial Policy dilemmas for today and tomorrow
Discussion of our responsibilities to contributors and the legal implications for programme makers as individuals when it comes to compliance with Terrorism Acts and the Anonymity of certain groups
Discussion of the reporting and depiction of Crime, Disorder, Hatred and Abuse
2017 General Election Guidelines
Discussion of consent and fairness.
Discussion of the 2017 General Election
Discussion of issues around offensive language and gestures, looking at pre and post watershed content as well as video material on BBC social media sites
Discussion of issues around accuracy and impartiality in a "post-truth" world
Discussion of issues around commercial references in BBC licence fee funded programmes
How does the Law affect programming across the BBC?
This month’s editorial policy meeting will discuss issues around duty of care.
How can freedom of speech and impartiality be reconciled? This and what due impartiality means both on and off air will be discussed at this month's meeting.
How does the latest technology impact on privacy? This and the editorial and legal considerations when using material shot on new technology will be discussed at this month's meeting.
How does the “Right to be Forgotten” affect the BBC? This and other issues around revocations and takedowns will be discussed at this month's meeting.
Discussion around accuracy and fairness
The Changing Face of Social Media.
Discussion of 2016 Elections.
Following a public consultation, the BBC Trust has published the Referendum Guidelines ahead of the forthcoming referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU.
We will be discussing the EU referendum in January's meeting.
December's meeting will look at harm and offence before the watershed.
The BBC will respect privacy and will not infringe it without good reason, wherever in the world we are operating.
November's meeting looked at privacy and consent
Read the by-election guidelines.
October's meeting will look at conflicts of interest
September's meeting will look at coverage of charities
July's Editorial Policy meeting is on contested words.
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