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October 17, 2006

BBC's Secrets


From the Oct. 15 Telegraph:

The BBC has spent thousands of pounds of licence payers' money trying to block the release of a report which is believed to be highly critical of its Middle East coverage.

The corporation is mounting a landmark High Court action to prevent the release of The Balen Report under the Freedom of Information Act, despite the fact that BBC reporters often use the Act to pursue their journalism.

The action will increase suspicions that the report, which is believed to run to 20,000 words, includes evidence of anti-Israeli bias in news programming.

Read the whole thing here. And for more on BBC, see here.

Posted by GI at October 17, 2006 04:18 PM


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