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.
Ofcom has awarded or transferred licences for several channels operating in Central and Eastern Europe.
Two Fox News programmes have been found in breach of Ofcom’s rules on due impartiality.
Estonia is hoping to capitalise on Brexit and how it will affect TV broadcasting licences issued by the UK regulator Ofcom.
This year’s Ofcom Communications Market Report 2017 reveals that 40 million people watching multiple episodes of series back to back, creating ‘Box Set Britain’. There are also stark differences between the viewing habits of younger and older people.
Ofcom has given details of how Openreach will be “measured and monitored” when the network division is separated from BT.
The European Commission has given its unconditional approval to the £11.7 billion Twenty-First Century Fox takeover of Sky.