VLV 30th Anniversary Conference - Lord Hall of Birkenhead keynote speaker - updated 25 November
Wednesday 27th November 2013 10:15 - Wednesday 27th November 2013 15:30
Policy and Programmes: Ensuring Quality and Diversity in British Broadcasting
Wednesday 27 November 2013
The Geological Society, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BG 10.15 am - 4. 00 pm
Leading figures from the broadcasting world, including keynote speaker BBC Director-General Lord Hall of Birkenhead, will be speaking at the annual autumn conference of the Voice of the Listener & Viewer later this month.
Other speakers include Sir Peter Bazalgette, the Chairman, Arts Council England, Steven Barnett, Professor of Communications at the University of Westminster and the senior broadcasting executives, Lorraine Heggessey and Steve Morrison. Raymond Snoddy, Torin Douglas and Robin Lustig are among the influential broadcasting commentators also taking part.
Colin Browne, Chairman of VLV, said: “The theme of the conference – Ensuring Quality and Diversity in British Broadcasting – reflects the roots and aims of the VLV, which was established 30 years ago. These are momentous times for British broadcasting with technological advances forcing the pace of change amid political debate around the role and governance of the BBC. The conference is an important opportunity to hear how the views of broadcasting leaders fit with the key objective of the VLV – that quality and diversity in British broadcasting should be preserved, cherished and enabled to flourish.”
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