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BBC To Axe 1,000 Jobs In Digital Transformation

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The BBC is to axe 1,000 jobs and scrap some broadcast channels in traditional form. The network will create a single 24-hour television news channel serving the UK and abroad. Director-General Tim Davie hailed a fresh, new, global digital media organisation which has never been seen before.
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BBC To Axe 1,000 Jobs In Digital Transformation

BBC to axe 1,000 jobs in digital transformation

1 month ago·United States
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BBC to cut 1,000 jobs in digital transformation

The BBC is to cut 1,000 jobs and scrap some broadcast channels in traditional form as it prioritizes digital and copes with a funding freeze, the British public service broadcaster said on Thursday. Aiming to "build a digital-first public service media organization", the BBC said it would "change in step…

1 month ago·Sakado, Japan
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The BBC is to axe 1,000 jobs and scrap some broadcast channels in traditional form as it prioritises digital and copes with a funding freeze, the British public service broadcaster said on Thursday.

1 month ago·Cairo, Egypt
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BBC to axe 1,000 jobs in digital transformation

London (AFP), May 26 – The BBC is to axe 1,000 jobs and scrap some broadcast channels in traditional form as it prioritises digital and copes with a funding freeze, the British public service broadcaster said on Thursday. Aiming to “build a digital-first public service media organisation”, the BBC said it would “change in step […]

1 month ago·Nairobi, Kenya
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BBC to cut 1,000 jobs as part of digital transformation

The British public broadcaster BBC has been under pressure since Boris Johnson's executive decided to freeze the audiovisual tax on it for two years.

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