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Subject: UKNM: The BBC
From: Neil.McIntosh
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 08:10:35 +0100

Doing some research for a piece, I was surprised at the depth of anti-BBC
feeling among the ranks of UK online entrepreneurs. There seemed to be a
that the BBC was somehow muscling in on "their" territory with the likes of
Top Gear site, and others aimed at various markets from kids to cooks. One
likened the BBC to Microsoft, killing off whole markets with their marketing

Have I been hopelessly naive in being surprised by this, or is this all
just vested interests and sour grapes? The BBC is, after all, doing what it
pretty well online. I'd love to find out what the list's impressions are,
the record, of course :-)

Neil Mc

Neil McIntosh
Deputy editor, Online
The Guardian, London
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