Though audiences have no shortage of choices to access the news, Mr Jim Egan, chief executive of BBC Global News, believes "increasingly there is a flight to quality, that people do want to have a sense of who they can believe, where they can get a s
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Though audiences have no shortage of choices to access the news, Mr Jim Egan, chief executive of BBC Global News, believes "increasingly there is a flight to quality, that people do want to have a sense of who they can believe, where they can get a sense of balance, where they can get some slow news but get behind the scenes".
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