Do you use the BBC’s Online service - bbc.co.uk?
The Audience Council invites your views on bbc.co.uk at an informal discussion event being held at the BBC on Monday 15 October from 6.00pm to 7.30pm at Blackstaff House, Belfast. A light supper will be served.
The Council would like to know what you value most about bbc.co.uk and – perhaps most importantly – where you think the service could be improved. “We want to hear from regular and more occasional users, whether your interest is sport or news, learning or entertainment, or any other aspect of the service. We are interested in all your views, whether positive, negative or somewhere in between.”
The Audience Council works to ensure that audience views, from across Northern Ireland, are taken into account in important decisions about BBC services. It advises the BBC Trust, the BBC’s governing body, which has considerable power to act on licence-fee payers’ behalf. Your feedback will help to inform the Trust’s formal review of bbc.co.uk this year, and shape this key BBC service for the future.
To join the discussion, or find out more, please call 028 9033 8856 (textphone 028 9033 8100) or email firstname.lastname@example.org