The BBC Needs to Stop the Self-Flaggelation, Media Writer Robert Andrews

MONACO -- While there have been series problems in reporting at the BBC recently, the broadcaster should stop its "self- flagellation," says Robert Andrew, Senior International Editor at paidContent and GigaOm, in this inteview with Beet.TV

We spoke with Andrews earlier this week at the Monaco Media Forum where he was as session moderator.

Andrews also addresses the pitfalls of "jigsaw" reporting in the era of social media.

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