BBC needs to move with times

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - YOURVOICE - BBC fan.

LORD Hall of the BBC has told us the broad­cast­ing com­pany is in £500 mil­lion short­fall.

Why then con­tinue with a BBC li­cence fee?

Surely li­cence fee-pay­ers part with their cash in good faith be­liev­ing the BBC is be­ing well-funded by their benev­o­lent monies?

They are not think­ing the com­pany is sink­ing into an eco­nomic quick­sand.

Good in­ten­tions to­wards the BBC is their aim.

The com­pany should get into the savvy, techno age and change to sub­scrip­tions, whereby you need a plas­tic smart card, fed into a di­gi­box to ac­cess its pro­grammes.

Get out of the stone age of tech­nol­ogy is my ad­vice to BBC tele­vi­sion, then you will pros­per.

The BBC is valu­able to our na­tion and I don’t think any­one de­nies it is a pi­o­neer­ing force.

In dra­mas, sit­coms, etc, the list goes on, the broad­caster pro­duces first-class en­ter­tain­ment.

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