BBC's James Purnell: TV Licence will need modernising
The TV Licence will eventually have to be replaced, according to a group of MPs.
A new report by the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee calls for a smaller, more narrowly-focused BBC that charges a subscription for some of its services. It also says the threat of jail for non-payment should be scrapped.
James Purnell, the BBC's Director of Strategy, told BBC News that he agrees the TV Licence does need to be modernised.
26 Feb 2015