BBC journos go on strike over job cuts
BBC journalists walked off the job yesterday in a 24-hour strike to protest job cuts at the broadcaster.
Staff mounted picket lines outside of the BBC's studios in central London and around the country. Programs went on, but many shows were canceled, including the flagship morning news radio program "Today."
National Union of Journalists general secretary Michelle Stanistreet said 2,000 jobs are at risk in BBC cost-cutting.