An Islamabad based media think tanks has observed that British broadcasting corporation (BBC) world services editorially morons on the funeral day of late Prince Philip.
Media research house (MRH) monitored that all staff belong to BBC world news services, wears black dress, including News Anchors, Reporters and also most of gusts, which looks as BBC instructed all staff to must wear black dress on the day of funeral of late Prince Philip.
“how it was possible for a independent channel to order to its staff to wear black for a late prince”, “it looks as like BBC has performed the funeral of its editorial policy today”
The think tank believes that the BBC has long been an ideal for media around the world for its editorial judgments, but the dramatic change in his policy following the death of Prince Philip has raised questions about ancient believes.
The think tank also observe that BBC has received more than 120,000 complaints due to its extraordinary and sharp coverage of Philip’s death in last few days, but still continue its editorial policy for this coverage of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Media research house (MRH) highlights in its Report BBC has canceled many other shows and change the schedules without informing the world wide viewers, especially in Asian countries Like Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Bangladesh and Nepal, it is worth to be noted that most of these areas, where no facility of Internet is available to check the online schedules. They wait hours and hours for their favorite shows.
The President of (MRH) Saeed Minhas said that it is astonishing that the BBC suddenly changed these shows and showed the last rites of the prince to the viewers without their consent.
“Popular soap opera “EastEnders” and the cooking competition “Masterchef” were canceled, BBC Four channel was taken completely off air and BBC world services used hours and hours for the coverage of death of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip”, he added
The President of (MRH) wondered that “how it was possible for a independent channel to order to its staff to wear black for a late prince”, “it looks as like BBC has performed the funeral of its editorial policy today”, he added.