Rites ? What ? Rights surely.

Strikes me all the BBC is trying to do is make sure, on trust, that those who access its content pay for it.


The BBC pays for rights to its programming same as any other broadcaster does one way or another, that has to be paid for. Worldwide rights are not available in any universe I can think of.

I find your idea of all these expats who would pay for the BBC or anything else quite risible. These are the same people who have left UK to avoid paying irritating things like taxes and BBC licence fees.

M

On 16/09/16 15:39, Dave Widgery wrote:
I realise that there is are rites issues and it is not just the BBC or tv, they 
tried region coding dvds it doesn't work, with gobal movement of people the 
whole rites thing needs a rethink.

But none the less I am sure some accommodation could be included in the rites 
to allow nationals of the country that have been granted the rites to have 
access to the programming even if they currently aren't in the territory of the 
county in question at the time.

On 16 September 2016 16:11:12 CEST, Dave Liquorice <allso...@howhill.com> wrote:
On Fri, 16 Sep 2016 09:51:00 +0200, Dave Widgery wrote:

Whatever blocks the bbc and other broadcasters put there will always
be a
way past the system,  so why not accept this and look at ways to
increase
revenue from the millions of British people who would quite happily
contribute but forced to find ways around the system if they want
quality
tv.

One word "rights".

I wonder how much the BBC would have to spend to get worldwide rights
on all
their content? Assuming the worldwide rights are available in the first

place.

I wonder how much the BBC would have to pay in rights violations if
they
didn't get worldwide rights?



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