The UK’s national broadcaster is funded by mandatory license fees, charged annually to every household that owns a television set. But as more and more Britons, especially younger ones, consume all their video via streaming on their computers and phones, fewer and fewer of them have televisions to pay license fees on. And so, says a report from the UK National Audit Office, the BBC “faces considerable uncertainty” in its future and needs to prepare “a long-term financial plan … as soon as possible.” – BBC

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