BBC Audience Council Northern Ireland Advice to the BBC Trust Service Review of Nations’ Radio and News and Current Affairs

C. Black, R. Davis, D. Hanna, E. Hicks, H. Jackson, B. Johnston, A. Langan, S. Law, P. Mann, P. McCallion, N. McCaughan, A. McGinley, J. Shine, B. Todd, M. Varma

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Abstract

The BBC Audience Council NI advises the BBC Trust, the BBC’s governing body, on the interests and issues for licence fee payers in Northern Ireland. This is its advice to a major review of news and radio in the devolved nations. The focus is on Radio Ulster/Foyle as well as news and current affairs for audiences in Northern Ireland, on radio, TV and online. Our advice below is based on a rolling programme of engagement with different sections of the audience in Northern Ireland. We have sought views on how well audiences consider these services are delivering for them against their public service remits, and how they might develop in the future.
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Number of pages12
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - Feb 2016

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Black, C. ; Davis, R. ; Hanna, D. ; Hicks, E. ; Jackson, H. ; Johnston, B. ; Langan, A. ; Law, S. ; Mann, P. ; McCallion, P. ; McCaughan, N. ; McGinley, A. ; Shine, J. ; Todd, B. ; Varma, M. / BBC Audience Council Northern Ireland Advice to the BBC Trust Service Review of Nations’ Radio and News and Current Affairs. 2016. 12 p.
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Black, C, Davis, R, Hanna, D, Hicks, E, Jackson, H, Johnston, B, Langan, A, Law, S, Mann, P, McCallion, P, McCaughan, N, McGinley, A, Shine, J, Todd, B & Varma, M 2016, BBC Audience Council Northern Ireland Advice to the BBC Trust Service Review of Nations’ Radio and News and Current Affairs.

BBC Audience Council Northern Ireland Advice to the BBC Trust Service Review of Nations’ Radio and News and Current Affairs. / Black, C.; Davis, R.; Hanna, D.; Hicks, E.; Jackson, H.; Johnston, B.; Langan, A.; Law, S.; Mann, P.; McCallion, P.; McCaughan, N.; McGinley, A.; Shine, J.; Todd, B.; Varma, M.

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