posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 12:16 PM
reply to post by Terapin
And now Sky News will not air the appeal. Many people in the world come to the BBC and Sky News to get unbais news, if a major news broadcaster airs
this or any appeal (read my posts), then how can they continue to provide unbais news coverage.
So out of the several braodcasters in the UK, 2 have said they will not air the broadcast, so what. The appeal is still being aired and could the DEC
have asked for better publicity??
Again, why should a publicaly funded broadcaster waste my money and air time on this appeal. The BBC would not give air time to an appeal on behalf
of the BNP. Where do you draw the line?
Again, I do not believe that the BBC as a publically funded braodcaster should be airing any appeals at any time, nor for that matter, spend time and
money on the various charity events.
And of course, I am delighted that all these MPs and Lords at Westminster have nothing better to do with their time that complaint about a decision
made by the BBC, which they have granted the ability to make independant decisions.
There is no crisis at the BBC over this. The only crisis is in the minds of a few who have nothing better to talk about.