BBC owns the classic series and the reboot. They also own the rights to the radio shows, comics, and about half the books. Fox owns half the rights to the movie (the other half is BBC) and the rights to the characters in the movie, which means they own the other half of the books. BBC didn't push books, so the Fox-owned McGann actually has more stories about him than the other doctors (perhaps more than all the other doctors combined). Further, it wasn't until BBC worked out a deal with Fox to let McGann feature in a preview for the 50th anniversary that Fox let BBC release the movie in the US. So, when it comes to someone being an ass about Doctor Who rights in the US, I quickly assume it is Fox and not BBC.