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22nd August 2008 at 01:00
Media studies pupils in schools could be given access to BBC archive content.

BBC Motion Galleries is considering widening a commercial deal that it has agreed with the further and higher education sectors. Colleges and universities pay for access to the 20,000 hours of content, which includes events such as the 1948 Commonwealth prime ministers' conference. This may be opened up to schools.

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