The new director general’s vision for a leaner, meaner Beeb is complicated by fewer viewers and licence fee woes
When Tim Davie used his first speech as the director general of the BBC to announce he wanted to have “more impact by making less”, staff immediately began sending round a clip from the sitcom W1A in which clueless BBC management attempt to implement a “more of less” programme.
“This is about establishing what we do most of best and finding fewer ways of doing more of it less,” says a character in the BBC’s satire of its own corporate structure, to general befuddlement from those in the room.
Source: The Guardian
More of less: the dilemma facing Tim Davie at the BBC