Thursday, 24 December 2015

Why the BBC has to say ‘Non!’ to EU funding
Suppose I told you I was setting up my own broadcasting company - NCBC- the Neil Clark Broadcasting Corporation. And that NCBC and an NCBC-owned affiliate had received over £37m in funding from the European Union.    
Would you trust NCBC’s coverage of the forthcoming in-out British EU referendum to be totally impartial

Turkey dishes out garbage on Russia's work in Syria

Friday, 4 December 2015

"The BBC has got enough problems trying to keep up with changing social demands let alone what politicians want," Sir David Attenborough
The government will pump £85m a year into new BBC services around the world in Russia, North Korea, the Middle East and Africa.

The government has also pledged to close the so-called 'iPlayer loophole' - which refers to people who have switched to watching BBC services only on "catch-up" via the iPlayer, which does not currently require payment of the licence fee.

BBC is now officially the Propaganda Pighorn of media outlets.

It is no wonder the government voted for air strikes in Syria - war is good for business