Director General of the BBC, Tony Hall
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Director General Tony Hall sets out hard choices to pay for BBC plans

In a speech outlining his plans for the future of the BBC, director general Tony Hall promised the corporation would have a closer relationship with its audience in future, treating them as "owners" rather than licence fee payers.

A "personalised BBC" will allow viewers to rate and discuss programmes, and that "will influence what we commission," he said.

Watch more from his speech.

  • 08 Oct 2013
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