BBC to publish details of viewers' complaints under new Ofcom rules

Corporation will have to reveal number of complaints it gets a fortnight and which programmes had more than 100 complaints after watchdog intervenes

The BBC is to publish detailed information about the complaints it receives from viewers after Ofcom, the media regulator, demanded that the corporation become more transparent.

Under new rules the BBC will have to reveal the number of complaints it receives every fortnight, identify the shows that received more than 100 complaints, and explain the editorial issues raised by the complaints and whether they were upheld.

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