Read this: Channel 4 - a change of ownership?
Summary: Written Ministerial Statement, Channel 4 Future Ownership Consultation, HCWS153, 6 July 2021 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport website, Consultation on a change of ownership of Channel 4 Television Corporation Commons Library Research Briefing, 20 July 2021 Channel 4 - a change of ownership what the economic, social and cultural costs and benefits might be to moving Channel 4 out of public ownership. Increased global competition and 12 13 10 House of Lords Communications Committee, A privatised future for Channel 4, p3 DCMS, Government response to Lords Communications Committee report on the future of Channel 4, 29 March 2017 Commons Library Research Briefing, 20 July 2021 Channel 4 - a change of ownership changing audience habits pose challenges to linear TV broadcasters, including Channel 4. - researchbriefings.files.parliament.ukresearchbriefings.files.parliament.ukChannel 4 - a change of ownership?…
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Channel 4 is working well, I see no reason to change any thing that is working well. Most of my friends find that after changes of this nature things get better for the finance people but worse for the viewer. It is my humble opinion that any change will mean more advertisements with the advertisers dictating what programs are shown. I feel this will lead to a poorer viewing experience
Barrie P Spink C.Eng. M.I.E.T.
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