MEDIA BRIEFS: BBC News to boost social affairs division

BBC News is to add seven new journalists - three broadcast, one online and three producers - to its social affairs team. At the same time, existing correspondents will be grouped into five areas: environment and science, home affairs, health, education and family, and culture in an attempt to clarify who does what. All changes are to be in place by February 2001.

BBC News is to add seven new journalists - three broadcast, one online and three producers - to its social affairs team. At the same time, existing correspondents will be grouped into five areas: environment and science, home affairs, health, education and family, and culture in an attempt to clarify who does what. All changes are to be in place by February 2001.



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