BBC and Channel 4 chiefs urge action to 'safeguard' public service broadcasting
Britain could be "sleepwalking towards a world in which children and young people barely encounter public service broadcasting content", BBC director-general Tony Hall has warned. Lord Hall and Channel 4 chief executive Alex Mahon have joined together to call for an update to legislation to ensure public service content has prominence on smart televisions, tablets and smartphones.
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