Thanks for the information again Ryan, you are a credit to the BBC. What I really do understand is that the JEP, Channel TV, and even dear little 103 rely on advertising to exist.
Even so the JEP and John Mills ( a private individual ) succeeded in wrestling information from the Government and putting the education figures into the public domain.
There are many examples today, where the BBC as a giant corporation is supposed to be working in the public interested on different levels and projects in exchange for £3.5 billion licence fee and as you have told us in your post and to quote you if I may,
"the commercial arm of the BBC that puts a few hundred million back into the corporation,"
When it comes to Jersey, when was the last time BBC Jersey enacted the freedom of information act to benefit their customers rather than being led by the nose by a secretive States of Jersey who always officially support transparent but only give answers if pushed.
I am pleased that BBC Jersey found the time to revamped your Website, not that I have bothered looking or actually switched to your radio channel lately, what's the point.