Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called the ‘South West and West Country’, for each of the following FM local radio licences it owns.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Anglia’, for each of the following FM local radio licences it owns.
We are consulting on the methodology which we propose to use to assess which services qualify to be on the list of television channels that are free to view and widely available.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called the ‘South West and West Country’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Anglia’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Meridian’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
We are reviewing the guidance that we provide to public service broadcasters to help ensure they meet their regional production and programming (“Made outside London”) obligations consistently.
Consultation on our plans for the next financial year (2019/20).
This document sets out Ofcom’s decision to extend the application of the mandatory daytime protection rules.
Ofcom is consulting on whether to approve Format Change Requests relating to three analogue commercial radio licences in the West Midlands and Shropshire which are ultimately owned by Bauer Radio Limited.
This statement sets out our decisions to proceed with the proposed amendments to our localness guidelines. The further consultation element seeks stakeholders’ views.
This document sets out our proposed amendments to the Guidance for Rule 11 of the rules for on-demand programme services.
This consultation seeks views on our proposals to vary the terms of the BBC’s Operating Licence to take account of the BBC’s provision of a new BBC Scotland Channel.
This statement confirms our provisional decision not to advertise or re-advertise local TV licences for 13 specific areas, or substitute areas, where no licence has been awarded to date.
The Charter and Agreement place requirements on the BBC to increase the amount of those programmes and materials it commissions through a contestable process between producers.
This statement sets out Ofcom's decision to amend general condition C6.6, additional changes to our guidance on Calling Line Identification facilities, and a number of minor drafting changes.
Consultation on updates to the requirements around the interaction between the BBC Public Service and its commercial activities.
This consultation sets out the findings from our review of the prominence section of the EPG Code and our proposed changes.
We're inviting comments on our plans to carry out a review of children’s content on TV and on-demand and streaming services.
Original Aberdeen FM Limited holds a FM commercial radio licence for Aberdeen and the surrounding areas, broadcasting as Original 106. A request from Original 106 to change the station’s published Format has been approved by Ofcom, following a public consultation.
We have decided to set a practice for EPG providers to use reasonable endeavours to introduce certain accessibility features, where practicable.
The BBC has published its proposal to launch a new television channel for Scotland.