“To lose one licence-fee-paying household, Mr. Davie, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose 450,000 looks like carelessness.”
So said Oscar Wilde on reading the latest from the National Audit Office.
Between 2017-18 and 2019-20 almost 450,000 fewer non-over-75 households bought TV licences and TV licence sales as a whole have fallen by 250,000 in the past year alone due to evasion and younger viewers’ preference for streaming services.
It's not looking good for the BBC.
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