Read this: BBC NEWS | Scotland | TV faces switch-over switch-off
Summary: The future of TV is a multi-channel digital world The station has been arguing that without some public funding, it will be unable to continue producing as many news and current affairs programmes in the future. Now we have a better idea of when the station will either need to be given public money or permission to cut its local output - something it insists it does not want to do. Historically, regulators were able to impose wide-ranging public service obligations on ITV stations - legal requirements to make programmes which weren't necessarily in the companies' business interests such as news and current affairs or children's programmes. - news.bbc.co.uknews.bbc.co.ukBBC NEWS | Scotland | TV faces switch-ov…
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