Wednesday, July 18, 2007

BBC Zero tolerance on deception

BBC to suspend phone competitions

Maybe Mr Thompson should cast judgement over the copy and paste VI web articles relating to property, which decive the public on a daily basis: They can't even get simple quotation right when reporting on their own DG "There is no excuse for deception. I know the idea of deceiving the public would simply never occur to most people in the BBC.

Posted by doomwatch @ 03:45 PM (494 views)
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2 thoughts on “BBC Zero tolerance on deception

  • japanese uncle says:

    If Mark Thompson (looking like a guy selling the Big Issue in front of a Tesco nearby) had any decency (whatever pretentious it might be), to criticize his own programme, why doesn’t he explain what really happened when a BBC reporter apparently predicted like a clairvoyante, the collapse of the 47 storied skyscraper(WTC #7) on 11/Sept/01, 26 minutes before it actually took place? and what’s more why the BBC ‘lost’ the three identical videotape records of the news programme for the day, kept separately in three archives.

    What a well-balanced sense, hashing the incident associated with the death of thousands of innocent citizen, let alone two major illegal aggressions destroying two legitmate governments, and promoting his little nasty conscience by suspending ‘a phone competition’.

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  • Good comment doomwatch. I was listening to the BBC corruption stories this afternoon and thought about their one-sided representations with a government bias. The new acronym (BBC) Blair Brown Corporation is far more widespread than just HPC. And we pay a licence fee for the honour.

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