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Government unveils blueprint for the future of BBC

The blueprint for the future of the BBC was unveiled today by the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.

Mr Whittingdale said the license fee will be secured for the next 11 years and there will be no interference with popular shows.

But the way the corporation is governed will be changed, people who watch the iPlayer will have to buy a TV license and the salaries of top performers will be made public for the first time.

ITV News' National Editor Allegra Stratton looks at the proposals in detail:

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