CORRECTS SPELLING OF SECOND NAME BBC Trust Chairman Lord Patten speaks during a press conference in response to The Pollard Report at New Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London Wednesday Dec. 19, ... more 
CORRECTS SPELLING OF SECOND NAME BBC Trust Chairman Lord Patten speaks during a press conference in response to The Pollard Report at New Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London Wednesday Dec. 19, 2012. Institutional chaos and confusion, but not a cover-up, were to blame for the BBC's disastrous handling of pedophilia allegations involving one of its best-known children's television personalities, an internal review found Wednesday. The review, carried out by former Sky News boss Nick Pollard, absolved BBC executives of trying to bury a potentially embarrassing story, saying that weak management and poor leadership were to blame for the fact that a planned expose about the late TV star, Jimmy Savile, never aired on the flagship "Newsnight" program. (AP Photo/Chris Radburn/Pool) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Chris Radburn/Pool
Wed, Dec 19, 2012 12:25 PM EST