Read this: Ofcom reforms end years of hyperactivity | Media | The Guardian
Summary: The cutbacks to Ofcom's duties, including a formal end to automatic reviews of public service television every five years, bring to an end an era of hyperactivity. Yet for all this work, few of its recommendations have been implemented. The first of its reviews, in 2005, predicted that commercially funded public service broadcasting, from regional programmes to children's, would not survive the transition to a fully digital world. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Ofcom reforms end years of hyperactivity…
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