Ofcom: Modernising the BBC


Ofcom, the regulator, has released a fairly strong license proposal that comes into play on April the 1st, holding the BBC accountable for delivering on it's remit, both on it's traditional linear broadcast offerings and it's websites, such as BBC.co.uk, iPlayer, Sounds, etc.

While digging into what research they had conducted in regards to their online services, I found I tended to agree with most of the participants in the document, as the main homepage of the whole entire corporation just feels like an extended gateway to BBC News, while BBC's services, mainly iPlayer, could do with a significant refocus, away from just being entirely branded as a "catch-up" service.
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