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THE BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION
THE CONCERN WITH MONOPOLY
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1922 Committee Advisory advocates American Assistant Postmaster-General Authority backbenchers BBC monopoly BBC's Beveridge Committee Bill Britain British broadcasting Broadcasting Group broadcasting policy Cabinet campaign Captain Central Office Chairman Charles Orr-Ewing Churchill commercial broad commercial broadcasting commercial television competition Conservative backbenchers Conservative M.P.s Conservative Party controversy Corporation criticism debate director election favoured Gammans Government's Governors House of Lords inquiry interests introduce introduction of commercial issue John Rodgers July June Labour Government Labour Party licence Lord Reith Lord Salisbury Lord Simon Lord Waverley Lord Woolton majority Mayhew meeting ment mercial Minister monopoly Morrison National Television Council Norman Collins operating opinion opposed to commercial opposition organization Parliament Parliamentary Party political Popular Television Association Press pressure programme companies proponents of commercial proposals public service radio and television Radio Luxembourg revenue Simms sponsored broadcasting sponsored programmes sponsored television stations suggested tele thought tion Violet Bonham Carter White Paper