Read this: Ofcom recommends cross-media ownership rules should be relaxed | Media | guardian.co.uk
Summary: Ofcom has recommended the liberalisation of local cross-media ownership regulations, which could enable a single company to control newspapers, a TV licence and radio stations in one local area. Ofcom was asked under the Labour government to review local cross-media ownership rules and last November recommended liberalisation that would only bar a company from owning all three of more than 50 of the local newspapers in a regional market, a radio station and the ITV licence for the area. When Jeremy Hunt took over as culture secretary in May, he asked Ofcom to look at a further liberalisation that would axe the rule relating to newspaper ownership restrictions. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Ofcom recommends cross-media ownership r…
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