Ofcom has confirmed there will be no further advertisements for local TV licences.
Ofcom is introducing changes to its codes on Electronic Programme Guides (EPGs) to make it easier for people with sight impairments to navigate through the guides.
There is a need for UK broadcasters to cooperate and possibly launch a ‘Kangaroo 2’, according to Steve Ungar, group director and board member, Ofcom.
RT could see its licence revoked after Ofcom opened an investigation into the Russian-backed news broadcaster.
BT continues to generate the highest volume of pay-TV complaints made by residential customers to Ofcom.
Britain’s four principal mobile operators have bid a combined £1.35 billion in Ofcom’s 5G auction.
The BBC has launched a consultation into a new Distribution Policy that will govern how its services are distributed to third parties.
Plans by Sweden to impose a ban on alcohol advertising on two UK-based broadcasters is not compatible with European law.
There’s been a slight increase in the number of complaints received against the UK’s major telecom and pay-TV providers.
Economist Terry Burns has been selected as the Government’s preferred candidate to be the new chair of Ofcom.