BBC to cut over 1,000 jobs

 
BBC to cut over 1,000 jobs
BBC is forced to sack more than 1,000 employees because of huge losses in license revenues in the future.

The British broadcaster estimates that £150 million in license income will vanish, because people are dropping TV programs and rather watch entertainment on the internet.

UK households annually have to pay £145.50 in license fees to the BBC.

The broadcaster currently has over 16,600 employees, and the cuts will for the most part be in the administration, says a statement from the BBC on Thursday.

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