Broadcast regulator Ofcom has confirmed it will not be allowing the UK’s commercial public service broadcasters to carry more adverts.
Broadcast regulator Ofcom has proposed tougher new rules on broadcasters providing access services, including subtitles, signing and audio description. The proposed changes would also affect on-demand services including NOW and Amazon Prime.
Two multiplexes of commercial Freeview channels, currently including GB News, Talking Pictures and Quest have officially had their licences renewed by broadcast regulator Ofcom.
An episode of the now discontinued Mark Steyn programme was found to be in serious breach of UK broadcasting rules, the second time GB News has fallen foul of Ofcom.
Poor complaints handling by Virgin Media O2 means its cable TV service is once again the most complained about pay TV provider, according to new Ofcom stats.
Broadcast regulator Ofcom has introduced a new requirement and supplementary guidance designed to ensure the BBC communicates more openly and consistently with its competitors about planned changes to its public services.
GB News and TalkTV have been accused of circumventing rules prohibiting serving politicians from presenting news programmes.
Poor and old people among those who are less satisfied with the BBC, according to Ofcom, as BBC accused of chasing younger users.
Virgin Media O2 remains the most complained about pay TV operator in the UK, according to Ofcom’s latest statistics.
Broadcasters, publishers, Governments and representatives from the arts and culture industries have slammed proposals to change the framework under which the BBC operates.