Share your thoughts on the future of the BBC

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With Tony Hall stepping down as director general of the BBC, we want to hear what you think is next for the corporation After seven years as director general of the BBC, Tony Hall will be stepping down from the role in the summer. In an email to staff he said: “I love the BBC … If I followed my heart I would genuinely never want to leave.” Hall said he would continue to work flat out “to demonstrate why public service broadcasting – with the BBC at its heart – is an eternal idea”. Continue reading...
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