The primary argument is about whether the license fee is a valid method of opportunity or not and how far is it justifiable in Northern Ireland. In the first part, a glance at the people who are ardent fans of BBC is exposed. Some feel really hard to digest the comments against BBC and its policies. They strongly feel that only people, who are not much aware of the actual help by BBC to the UK economy, will take every opportunity to defame BBC. They frame up the stage of illustrating figures which will be taking an opportunity to highlight with figures. Some of the statistics have revealed that BBC nearly pays 7% of their license fee income, which comes around 229 million pounds to the talented like presenters, actors, musicians etc. They also claim that BBC is one of the greatest creations of Britain and it is known for its reliable and enormous high quality information. It may not be exaggerating for them even to say that the cultural life of UK might be poverty-stricken without the presence of the five extraordinary radio stations. Finally, they advise it is 100% worthwhile to pay a license fee of 140 a year and support the institution.
The above description is only one side of the coin. ...
that we are at a point where the technological breakthrough in theory should be able to eliminate the artificial restrictions associated with terrestrial distribution technology. "The intense competition, and the prospect of it being extended if the newly available third channel were granted to commercial interests, provoked the establishment of an official Committee on Broadcasting" (Sparks, 1995, p142). More than 40 different channels have been accessed by the Northern Ireland households which are run with the help of cable and satellites. With the advent of digital cable and digital launch, the channels will rise to hundreds and even thousands. It's absolutely possible seeing the technological advances.
Now, all these scenarios have potential chances to make the politicians panic. John Reith has supported the government in General Strike with his slogan, "The BBC is for the people, the government is for the people, so the BBC is for the government." This slogan has really changed the mindset of the politicians as they started believing that they are the final point of authority and not the broadcasters. It's a common belief among the ministers that broadcasting provides a platform with guaranteed impartial treatment when compared with the newspapers.
From the last 75 years, the deal which was set has satisfied the BBC as it received billions of pounds in the form of the license fee and a well paid advertising monopoly. However, with the advent of new technology, things become simpler and easier. This might not be always in a way which is old fashioned and might not guarantee favor the same set of conditions. Here also, the new technology has offered certain solutions to the new questions and helped to shift the