BBC allows free access to its training resources

Churchard, Claire
January 2010
People Management;1/14/2010, p9
The article reports on the decision of BBC to open up its training resources to competitors and the public. The British broadcaster had entered into partnership agreements with Channel 4, ITV and independent producers' trade body Pact and broadcasters' union Bectu. BBC has also decided to make high-profile journalists such as Robert Preston freely available via the BBC College of Journalism Web site. BBC also plans to set up a post-graduate degree for experienced workers.


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