The UK government has made changes to the law that applies to broadcasting after Brexit through the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
New regulation is needed for public service broadcasting to be able to compete in the online world, according to Ofcom.
Ofcom has confirmed minor changes to competition rules surrounding its code on Electronic Programme Guides (EPGs).
Ofcom has published a guide to the new regulatory requirements for when it takes on the role of regulating UK-based video-sharing platforms (VSPs).
Live TV viewing is continuing its downward trend, according to Ofcom’s Communications Market Report 2020.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is looking to appoint two outspoken critics of the BBC into the UK broadcasting’s highest regulatory roles.
Ofcom has launched a review of competition rules in its Electronic Programme Guide code.
UK adults spent 40% of their time in front of a screen at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ofcom has set out on the road that is likely to lead to the regulator being given responsibility for video sharing platforms (VSPs).
UK adults are spending a record 4 hours a day online, with distinct signs that the coronavirus lockdown is changing communications.