BBC trains to meet technology challenge

Phillips, Lucy
September 2008
People Management;9/18/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p8
The article reports on the reaction of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to criticisms against the training it provides to employees. According to BBC training and development director Caroline Prendergast, training at the BBC had always been a high priority. Earlier in 2008, the BBC was fined a record £400,000 by the British Office of Communications (Ofcom) for faking winners and misleading audiences in a series of competitions on television and the radio.


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