A report into how Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall carried out decades of abuse while at the BBC is due to publish its findings in May.
Set up 2012, the Dame Janet Smith review has been in contact with 775 people and interviewed almost 500 witnesses.
In an update on the review's website it said it has "now finished taking evidence and it will not be accepting any new evidence."
The review is discussing a timeline for delivery and arrangements for publication of the report with the BBC.
Publication is currently expected in the second half of May 2015.
As soon as a date for publication is known, a further update will be provided
The report is expected to uncover hundreds of victims and reveal a culture of ignorance that "protected" Savile.
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