Report urges end to 94 years of BBC self-regulation | Media | The Guardian: "“Not surprisingly, best practice requires regulator and regulatee to be in different legal entities,” he said. “Regulatory oversight should pass wholly to Ofcom, which is already the public service regulator for the UK’s broadcasting industry and has the ability to look at the BBC in the context of the market as a whole. Ofcom would be a strong regulator to match a strong BBC.”
Clementi also recommended that the BBC’s day-to-day operations be run by a unitary board, headed by a majority of non-executive directors." 'via Blog this'