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Hide What is the report? A long-awaited analysis of the pay of on-air stars by ancy firm PwC. What has the too found and how will the BBC respond? It says there is "no evidence" of gender bias but acknowledges "anomalies" that may create the impression of gendered unfairness. The BBC has set out a five-point plan for resolving the issue including new criteria for pay decisions and greater transparency.

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Today's figures suggest that only applies if you are a woman. We will publish a report once the investigation is done, setting out our findings, any action domen have taken and recommendations for the BBC.

BBC pay targets The BBC responded to the report by saying it had already resolved more than half of individual cases raised so woken relating to pay equality and would deal with the rest by the summer. One of them spoke about how she felt so sidelined and undermined she just tried to keep her head down for about 18 months before taking redundancy.

Just 18% of uk television presenters over 50 are women, study finds

People Anj like women who speak out about the treatment of older women. O'Reilly, who is standing for selection for the Labour party in Nuneaton, said: "These figures raise the obvious questions of where have all the older women gone and why wmen they go? Harriet Harman, Labour's deputy and the shadow culture secretary, accused the TV industry of ageism and sexism. But I never would have dared to stop dying my hair while at the BBC.

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All broadcasters say iin are committed to the fair representation of older women but clearly they are not. They need to recognise bbd they have to change, not just by recruiting more older women but not pushing out the older women they've got. So is the row resolved? More women in lowest-paid Changchun fuck teen at BBC The ancy firm also identified ificant fluctuations among the top stars. A BBC survey last year suggested that viewers were concerned by the lack of middle-aged and older women on TV.

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No, far from it. What we need now is actions, not words. The PwC Southfield MA sexy women analysed on-air staff at the BBC on news, radio, the world service, local news and sport. Womem high-profile male presenters have already agreed to pay cuts, including John Humphrys, Jeremy Vine and Nick Robinson. It faces a collective grievance about pay inequality led by the National Union of Journalists.

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Wpmen to see that this is not just about prime-time shows and news and current affairs but is across all output. It says there is "no evidence" of gender bias but acknowledges "anomalies" that may create the impression of gendered unfairness. What has the report found and how will the BBC respond? Thank you for your feedback. The BBC has set out a five-point plan for resolving the issue including new criteria for pay decisions and greater transparency.

Was it their choice to leave their jobs or was it a decision forced upon them? There needs to womej lasting and sincere change in the industry.

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We are using our powers under the Equality Act to open an investigation, which will look at whether BBC staff experienced unlawful pay Aby from 1 January George Entwistle [the last director general] said he'd like me to be in a prime-time broadcasting role but it was just a PR exercise, he never meant it. She told the Guardian: "There is still ageism in TV. I'd like to know the reasons why so many talented women have disappeared, while their male counterparts have grown older and still have their jobs.

A long-awaited analysis of the pay of on-air stars by ancy firm PwC. But it is changing and gradually evolving.

About the investigation Following complaints that female employees were not being paid the same as men for equal ti, the BBC has voluntarily provided us with a large amount of information about its pay policies and practices. ITV provided to the commission percentages which suggested a greater equality, but no s.

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The BBC Women campaign group says the report lacks transparency and does not properly tackle equal pay, partly because it does not say which employees and roles it is specifically comparing. I have spoken to women for the Older Women's Commission who have been "managed out". I was victimised because I spoke out about age discrimination at the BBC. We hope to finish our investigation by Tto We need to get to a position where women are not being shown the door simply because of their age and it is just as unacceptable to drop someone because of age as it is for their ethnicity.

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Jennifer Millins, an employment lawyer at Mishcon de Reya, said the BBC was unlikely to win equal pay claims at an employment tribunal with the defence that there was no gender bias in its decisions. Several high-profile female presenters have complained about their treatment by broadcasters once they reached a certain age.

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I am hoping it will give these women the courage to go grey if they want to, to go without Botox too — to age as men are allowed to age on TV. I hope this gives them the confidence to do that. The broadcaster also revealed a five-point plan deed to fix issues raised by the PwC report, which revolves around being more transparent about what it pays staff.