Television workers twice as likely to have attended private school

  The Guardian 

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Ofcom plea to broadcasters for ‘open door’ as report finds disproportionate recruiting of former non-state pupils Television workers are twice as likely to have attended private schools compared with other workers, according to a report from Ofcom which has found a startling lack of diversity among UK broadcasters. Women and those from minority ethic groups remain under-represented in senior roles
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