Ofcom Mobile Sector Assessment Interactive Executive Summary

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Taken together, these proposals seek to ensure audiences’ priorities of UK programmes, UK news and nations and regions news are served. To do that we are proposing to reduce the costs of obligations substantially in other areas, consistent with existing legislation.


Trevor Lockwood on 28 November 2008 at 9:41am

The concern is the audience satisfaction measurement yardsticks used. With 60+ million people there is scope for a myriad range of choices. What we are trying to suppress is choice by insisting that people must accept what they are given. They will not do that, so stop trying to persuade us that they will.
The BBC, C4, ITV are all about retaining slices of a diminishing market, using a defunct model.
Small is beautiful.

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