I've summarised the bits about the website plans from the BBC's strategic review, to save you having to read the whole long, rambling document. Read it here over at the econsultancy blog.
Useful summary - shame didn't read it sooner as would have helped me when wading through the full document for my own (much shorter) piece on the possible impact for people in PR - http://www.yourmandate.com/bbc-website-review
Looking at some of the parts of the BBC website that are due to get the axe, it's amazing what's there. Hard to argue against some of the trimming even if you're a hard-core BBC fan.
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