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The next few years caused repositioning of some of the channels that fit a larger brand: in 2003, the BBC election was replaced by BBC Three, with programming for younger generations and documentaries in real life shocking, BBC News 24 became the BBC news channel in 2008 and BBC Radio 7 became BBC Radio 4 Extra in 2011, with new programs to complement those broadcast on Radio 4. In 2008, another channel was launched, BBC Alba, a Scottish Gaelic service.

During this decade, the corporation began selling a series of operational divisions to private owners; The BBC Broadcast was split up as an independent company in 2002, [46] and in 2005. It was sold to Macquarie Capital Alliance Group and Macquarie Bank Limited in Australia, and Red Bee Media was sold again. [47] BBC's technology, IT, telephony and broadcasting was integrated as BBC Technology Ltd in 2001, [46] and subsequently sold to the German company Siemens IT Solutions and Services (SIS). [48] ​​SIS was acquired later by Siemens by the French company Atos. [49] Additional divestments included BBC Books (sold to Random House in 2006); [50] BBC Outside Broadcasts Ltd (sold in 2008. to satellite information services); [51] Costumes and wigs (stocks sold in 2008 at Angels The Costumiers); [52] and BBC Magazines (sold to Immediate Media Company in 2011). [53] After the sales of OBs and costumes, the rest of BBC Resources was reorganized as BBC Studios and Post Production, which continues today as a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC.

The 2004 Hutton investigation and the subsequent report raised questions about journalistic standards of the BBC and its impartiality. This led to the resignation of senior management positions at that time including the then General Director, Greg Dyke. In January of 2007, the BBC published act of the board of directors that lead to the resignation of Greg Dyke. [54]

Unlike the other departments of the BBC, the BBC World Service was funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, better known as the Foreign Office or the FCO, is the British government department responsible for promoting the interests of the United Kingdom abroad.


BBC Pacific Quay to Glasgow, which opened in 2007.
In 2006, BBC HD was released as an experimental service and became official in December 2007. The channel broadcasts high-definition program simulcasts on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Four, as well as repetitions of 'some old HD programs. In 2010, a BBC One HD simulcast was launched: BBC One HD. The channel uses HD versions of BBC One programming and uses upstream versions of programs that are not currently in HD. The BBC HD channel was closed in March 2013 and was replaced by BBC2 HD the same month.

On October 18, 2007, BBC CEO Mark Thompson announced a controversial plan to make big cuts and reduce the size of the BBC as an organization. Plans included a reduction of 2,500 sites; including 1,800 redundancies, the consolidation of news, the reduction of programming production by 10% and the sale of the building of the Television Center in London. [55] These plans have been ferociously opposed by the unions, which have threatened a series of strikes; However, the BBC has stated that cuts are essential to advance the organization and concentrate on increasing the quality of programming.

On October 20, 2010, Treasury Chancellor George Osborne announced that the television license fee would freeze at its current level until the end of the current 2016 letter. The same announcement revealed that the BBC will assume The total cost of his career is the BBC World Service and the BBC Monitoring Service of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and partly finances the Welsh S4C station. [56]

2011 to present

BBC New Broadcasting House, London, which came into operation during 2012-13
More cuts were announced on October 6, 2011, so the BBC could reach a total reduction of its budget of 20%, after the freezing of the license price in October 2010, which included cutting 2,000 employees and sending a thousand more to the development of MediaCityUK in Salford, with BBC Three in motion only in 2016, sharing more programs between stations and channels, sharing newsletters of radio, more repetitions in the schedules, including the entire BBC Two per day and for a small original programming. The BBC HD was closed on March 26, 2013 and replaced by a BBC Two HD simulcast; Nevertheless, emblematic programs, other channels and the total financing of CBBC and CBeebies would be conserved.