The BBC can move forward with plans to extend the length of time that programmes are made available on the BBC iPlayer, Ofcom has confirmed.
Half of people now get news from social media
Half of all adults in the United Kingdom now use social media to keep up to date on the latest news.
Chinese state TV hires ex-Ofcom director
The Chinese state broadcaster CGTN has hired Nick Pollard, a former board member of the UK regulator Ofcom.
Ofcom bids for greater PSB prominence
Ofcom has published a series of measures to ensure Public Service Broadcasters remain easy to find.
BBC can extend catch-up window beyond 30 days
Ofcom has provisionally concluded that the BBC can go ahead with planned changes to the BBC iPlayer.
Ofcom CEO to step down
Sharon White, the chief executive of the UK communications regulator Ofcom, is to leave at the end of the year.
TV providers must tell customers when they’re out of contract
Ofcom is bringing in new regulations that will require TV, broadband and phone providers to inform customers when their contract is coming to an end.
Brexit: AETN secures German broadcast licences
Bavarian media authority BLM has granted AETN UK Germany the permission to operate 14 international thematic TV channels.
Brexit: AETN applies for German broadcast licences
AETN has applied for broadcast licences for 14 international thematic TV channels at Bavarian media authority BLM.
BBC chair says Ofcom regulation holding it back
The chairman of the BBC has said Ofcom’s regulation of the broadcaster is too narrow, criticising the regulator’s requirement for a Public Interest Test on its plans to expand the […]