BBC apologises for N-word in news broadcast after DJ Sideman quits | The Guardian

Director general admits mistake following complaints and Radio 1Xtra presenter’s resignationThe BBC’s director general, Tony Hall, has apologised after the N-word was used in a TV news broadcast, following mass complaints and the resignation of one of the corporation’s radio DJs.“Every organisation should be able to acknowledge when it has made a mistake. We made one here,” Hall said in an email to all BBC staff. Continue reading…

Director general admits mistake following complaints and Radio 1Xtra presenter’s resignation

The BBC’s director general, Tony Hall, has apologised after the N-word was used in a TV news broadcast, following mass complaints and the resignation of one of the corporation’s radio DJs.

“Every organisation should be able to acknowledge when it has made a mistake. We made one here,” Hall said in an email to all BBC staff.

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