BBC Newswatch

BBC Newswatch was set up after the Hutton whitewash inquiry as a place to monitor and feedback on BBC News. It seems that recently it has had a bit of a slimming down, with many parts of the site being reduced to ‘nothing to see here‘ messages. However, by following just one link from the main homepage: ‘styleguide’ and you will notice the left hand menu still has a link to the archived ‘notes’ pages. Most BBC ‘downsized’ sites are simply frozen, I wonder why they didn’t do the same here. One rational explanation might be that it was generating a large amount of email from those who objected to the BBCs stance on various matters and terminology.


Robert Loades says:

Newsnight could have interviews with leading surgeons, captain of industry, reports from correspondents from around the world. What do we get Russell Brand, a comedian that if Newsnight views had wanted to watch people like him on TV we would have watched Jonathan Ross on Friday Night, instead we choose to watch Newsnight…