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Elizabeth admits to Murdoch Dynasty Debate as to the future of Non-Corporate BBC

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Jonnie Goodboy
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« on: August 24, 2012, 05:06:02 am »

I have been intuiting that heir to the Rupert Murdoch Empire, Son James, would like to end the BBC's so-called 'independance' and non-corporate standing. Well in fact the BBC is heavily controlled by the same 'Unseen dark-forces of which we know nothing', (as her majesty Queen Elizabeth II might like to phrase an answer to a weighted question on this subject); - as the rest of Fleet Street Newspapers and the entire Mainstream Media Factory.

But anyway, the BBC is covering Elizabeth Murdoch's defence of the BBC Licence Fee today in all formats.

So she's already inside, for want of better terms the BBC's Higher level of Production Infrastructure.

Elisabeth Murdoch declares support for BBC licence fee
24 August 2012.

"Rupert Murdoch's daughter Elisabeth has used a speech to voice her support for the BBC and urge the media to focus on morals as well as profit.

Elizabeth Murdoch Produces for BBC the Childhood Fantasist Drama 'Merlin'

The TV producer sought to distance herself from brother James, an executive at News Corp, which has been embroiled in the phone hacking scandal.

Ms Murdoch delivered the keynote speech at the Edinburgh TV Festival.

She said writing the lecture had been "a welcome distraction from some of the other nightmares much closer to home".

Giving the annual MacTaggart lecture, Elisabeth Murdoch - whose production company makes Masterchef and Merlin for the BBC - also praised the corporation for its creative leadership.

That was in contrast to James, who called the BBC's size and ambition "chilling" when he delivered the lecture in 2009


The Licence fee is the way the BBC allegedly maintains its unique position of impartiality and political non-partisanship .. (sic)

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