I love BBC domestic programming (such as Radio 4, which I have to dig to find on the BBC website if I’m coming in from a non-UK IP address, as I am now), and would like to pay as much for it as any UK citizen does through taxes.
Would the BBC welcome that? Or must the domestic fare remain restricted to domestic consumption for reasons other than economic ones?
Put another way, would the BBC prefer that, when nearly all radio listening and video watching becomes digital, and happens over Net connections, even visitors to the UK should be kept on the outside?
And if we techies come up with a way to bring more money to the BBC from both inside and outside the Kingdom, would they turn it down?
If not, I want to work on that.
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