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After the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, the British Public Broadcasting Corporation decided to cut down on scheduled programs to cover the entire wall, which caused a record number of complaints.
The British Broadcasting Corporation’s (BBC) decision to cut television and radio schedules and to report on the death of Prince Philip last Friday led to more than 1
protector The newspaper reported that within 24 hours after the Duke of Edinburgh announced his death at the age of 99, record-breaking Britons complained directly to the BBC about the public broadcaster’s report.
Buckingham Palace announced the official news of the death of the prince at noon local time on Friday. At this time, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) cleared the schedule to cover all news, while the BBC One, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the United Kingdom The news of the Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) all use the same synopsis, while the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) IV completely separates the news reports. -air.Popular shows, such as long-term soap Eastenders And the end of the season Chef Supported by news programs, documentaries celebrating the life of the prince, and tribute programs.
The vast majority of complaints indicate that the BBC’s coverage is too large. In addition to complaints about cancelled programming, it also floods other news topics such as the pandemic. protector report.
The number of complaints dwarfs the previous record holder. The BBC Jerry Springer: Musical This resulted in 63,000 complaints in 2005.