See & hear urgent Gaza humanitarian aid appeal, banned by 'top brass' BBC bums
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There are many mere lesser mortals (with much more humanity and honesty than those supposedly above them ), to be found among ordinary, everyday, honest, hard working Beeb employees -- including some of the fast becoming increasingly crappy BBC's real journalists.
Witness this cut & pasted taster:
(snip)Good on you guys & gals, sez we,
Meanwhile, the BBC is facing a growing revolt from its own journalists, with sources reporting "widespread disgust" within its newsrooms. However, BBC staff have said they have been told they face the sack if they speak out on the issue.
Sources said there was "fury" at the BBC News morning meeting today about the decision, with news editors saying they had not been consulted on the move to not show the appeal.
"Feelings are running extremely high and there is widespread disgust at the BBC's top management," one BBC News source said. "There is widespread anger and frustration at the BBC's refusal to allow people to speak out about it."
Members of the NUJ at London's Television Centre are expected to tomorrow pass a resolution condemning the BBC's decision.
Read the rest of the report, which includes the appeal video itself, in it's entirety.
Good on the United Nations' boss too, who's told the BBC big-boys straight - to effin' forget the planned interview with him.
*(Cross posted across at 'appletree')