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Digital Britain Interim Report is published

With ten actions, the long awited report from Lord Carter can now be read

With ten actions, the long awited report from Lord Carter can n
published on UK Free TV

Download from Digital Britain: The Interim Report - Full Report PDF (1.5mb).

The interim report contains more than 20 recommendations, including specific proposals on:

  • next generation networks
  • universal access to broadband
  • the creation of a second public service provider of scale
  • the modernisation of wireless radio spectrum holdings
  • a digital future for radio
  • a new deal for digital content rights
  • enhancing the digital delivery of public services


The 22 recommendations in the report fall into four categories:

  • Decisions: where we have outlined specific recommendations and invite discussion as to how to implement them.
  • Legislative/Regulatory Reform: some of which will be the product of formal Government consultation on a separate timescale. Others where we will invite responses on how either new legislation or amended regulation should be constructed, and ideas for viable alternatives to regulation or legislation.
  • Detailed Analysis: where we have identified the need for specific and detailed analysis to establish working methods and firmer conclusions.
  • Initial Assessment: where we have set out initial assessments and invite further discussion.




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