AN 08-10-112 BC-348-J,N,Q Radio Receiver (maintenance)

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The items are packaged by a single presenter, known as ‘the 32 Andrew Crisell golden voice’, and each station within the region can then select and prioritise the stories in order to create a news bulletin of its own. The rather melancholy calculation is that ENPS could replace up to five news staff within a given region, a saving of over LlOO,OOO. The system is simply another form of networking, a phenomenon which is bound to increase. Those programme packages and documentary features which used to characterise individual stations will soon have to serve several stations, and there will be fewer of them.

It seems now to have become more locally broken down. Nottingham people don’t associate with Derby people. . There is no common ground. The idea of the region is very odd. There were sometimes strange groupings of areas for administrative purposes. (Interview, 1997) And, as with Central Television, if the choice of items in the regional news broadcasts emanate from within a small radius of the studios, those viewers who live in towns and cities outside these radii may feel somewhat aggrieved to the extent of questioning the regionalism of the service.

They have been poorly financed and perceived both by the public and, apparently, within the Corporation, as existing primarily to feed the networks with locally originating news stories and with promising technical and creative staff. The old Reithian attitude to sound broadcasting coloured even the birth of commercial or ‘independent’ local radio (ILR) in 1973. The Conservatives returned to power after the 1970 general election, and the Sound Broadcasting Act of 1972 expressed their determination to expose the BBC to competition in radio, just as its television service had been exposed to the competition of ITV The service would be local because it was at the local level of VHF/FM transmission that competition could be maximised: a far greater number of commercial operators could gain access to the spectrum than at national and regional levels, thus affording unprecedented choice to the listeners and opportunities to advertisers.

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