Pilot project to monitor BBC Scotland political output

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…. There has been no concerted effort to monitor BBC Scotland political output. The corporation has trundled along much as it did prior to and throughout the independence referendum.

But the Yes movement is about to hit back. Last week an appeal was launched that aims to create a month-long pilot project. The project aim is simple. It will monitor BBC Scotland political output.

The project isn’t the brainchild of any one individual. There have been calls for some kind of scrutiny, analysis or research of BBC Scotland political output for years. It’s just that nobody has tried to put anything together … until now.

The basis sounds simple enough. Look for examples of BBC Scotland output that challenge claims of political impartiality. The practicality of such an exercise is far from simple.

The pilot project is therefore a proof of concept. A small group of dedicated individuals will record, watch, log and upload items that call into question BBC Scotland’s impartiality and/or indicate an agenda at work.

Once logged, this research will be passed onto a writer whose job will be to turn it into a readable and easily understood article. The hope is that a process can be established that results in a weekly article being published – perhaps every Sunday ….

Read more here ….


Author :  GA Ponsonby
Source :  Indyref2.scot
Original Publication Date :  July 16, 2017
Article Link :  Monitoring BBC Scotland political output
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