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As part of Creative Industries Federation engagement with the Government’s consultation on the future of the BBC, we are set to host a series of policy seminars on the Corporation’s role in the creative industries. Participants will include the BBC Trust, BBC, politicians, policy-makers and stakeholders from the creative industries and arts across the UK.
Lord Hall, Director General of the BBC, and Rona Fairhead, Chair of the BBC Trust, will open proceedings at the London event on the afternoon of Wednesday 23 September in the Great Hall, King’s College London.
This is the culmination of a series of events hosted around the country, in which we have explored the relationship between the BBC, the Creative industries and the Arts.
The other panellists will be:
Register by emailing email@example.com, in the subject line enter BBC Policy Seminar and London as the name of the city you wish to register for.
Please note: Creative Industries Federation members will be given priority, and any remaining places are strictly limited. To register your interest in membership please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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