It used to be said that watching too much TV would make your eyes go square. If that remains true, then the findings of an Ofcom survey will have Brits […]
Ofcom launches BBC Three competition assessment
The UK regulator Ofcom has launched a full competition assessment into the BBC’s proposal to launch BBC Three as a TV channel.
Ofcom calls for stronger system of PSM
The UK regulator Ofcom has recommended a radical overhaul of law to ensure that public service media (PSM) survives in the digital age.
Legislation on Smart TV prominence coming this year
The Government has denied it has been too slow to act in securing prominence for Public Service Broadcasters (PSBs) on Smart TVs.
Ofcom concern over Sky contract notifications
Ofcom has written to Sky over the way the pay-TV platform handles notifies customers at the end of a minimum contract period.
CGTN fined £225,000 for Broadcasting Code breach
Ofcom has fined Star China Media Limited, the operating company of China Global Television Network (CGTN), a total of £225,000 for serious breaches of the Broadcasting Code.
Vodafone Deutschland drops China’s CGTN
Chinese broadcaster CGTN has been removed from German cable after its license to broadcast was revoked by the UK regulator.
Ofcom revokes CGTN broadcast licence
Ofcom has revoked the licence for Chinese news channel CGTN to broadcast in the UK after the regulator found the channel to be controlled by the Communist Party of China.
Brexit: Ofcom publishes list of ‘Regulated EPGs’
The UK government has made changes to the law that applies to broadcasting after Brexit through the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
Ofcom: Traditional broadcasting needs radical shake-up
New regulation is needed for public service broadcasting to be able to compete in the online world, according to Ofcom.