"Coming up at 11.35 on BBC One, a PSB documentary from Stacey Dooley that nobody will watch"
In some respect putting BBC Three content after the 10:40pm programme on BBC One is already happening. Glancing at the schedules on Friday (BBC Three's) Josh is being repeated on BBC One at 11:20pm. I suspect similar slots will be reserved for BBC Three repeats, along with post-Newsnight on BBC Two.
Edit: Perhaps worth noting from the press release...
Today’s final decision reflects the provisional conclusions the Trust published in June, but with amended and strengthened conditions in direct response to views expressed by the public and stakeholders during the Trust’s public consultation about the potential impact on younger audiences and those without reliable internet access:
* A condition requiring BBC Three programmes to be broadcast on BBC One/Two, has been strengthened so that all BBC Three long-form programmes must be broadcast in slots on BBC One and Two, on an ongoing basis, effective immediately on closure of the BBC Three TV channel.
* In addition, BBC Three long-form programmes must be broadcast on both BBC One and Two at a variety of times across the schedule and throughout the UK
* A condition requiring BBC One and Two to offer programmes specifically aimed at younger audiences, including the BBC Three programmes, now requires the channels to offer distinctive programmes designed for younger audiences, including the long-form BBC Three programmes.
Last edited by Charlie Wells on 26 November 2015 1:49pm
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