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Charles Shoebridge @ShoebridgeC
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Reading today’s @Ofcom ruling that @RT_com broke impartiality rules, one thought repeatedly comes to mind: If BBC Sky etc were ever made subject to the same intense scrutiny and high standards, how impartial would they be found to be? The full report here:…
It’s perhaps significant to note that @Ofcom lists programmes receiving ten or more complaints. No @RT_com broadcasts are listed, so its investigation was launched despite only a very small number of people having complained (see Audience Complaints: 2018)…
Leaked docs show a function of the UK govt funded #IntegrityInitiative covert influence operation is to make @Ofcom complaints about @RT_com. This raises questions of where the very few complaints re RT (see tweet above) came from…
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