The BBC is to cut 65 jobs in its radio division, the director of BBC Radio has announced.
BBC Radio needs to save £38m by 2016/17 and compulsory redundancies are likely, Helen Boaden told staff meeting at a briefing on Tuesday morning.
The move is part of the £800m cost-cutting measures required by the BBC savings programme Delivering Quality First (DQF).
About 200 jobs, or 15% of all radio employees, will be lost from 2012-2017
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