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Yet again, there's the confusion with the possessive "its". This line should read, "...for its parent share-holding company."

The Resources business-to-business unit was formed in 1998 to operate television studios, post-production and outside broadcast facilities for it's parent share-holding company, the BBC. It does not own any studios or premises, its assets being equipment and staff.

{{sofixit}} --Brian McNeil / talk 23:49, 27 June 2008 (UTC)