The BBC could close its Red Button services as part of a £150m savings drive.
Spending on sports rights is also expected to be slashed by around £35m, with the corporations coverage of F1 racing reportedly under threat. The BBC recently lost coverage of the Open Golf to Sky.
The corporation is also bracing itself for a £12m cut to its TV spending and the loss of 1,000 jobs.
The BBC blamed the need for savings on the popularity of its iPlayer service – which offers ‘catch up’ TV, but does not require a licence fee.
The full details of the £550m of savings the BBC needs to make will be announced next spring.