Ofcom is considering a Key Commitments change request submitted by Secklow Sounds CIC, which broadcasts to the urban area of Milton Keynes as ‘Secklow Sounds’.
We are proposing to cease two aspects of our policy on licensing short-term restricted services licences (SRSL).
We are consulting on a format change request for Banbury Sound, Rugby FM and Touch FM.
This Statement concludes the consultation process, sets out our analysis of the points raised by respondents, and includes our final decision on the proposed changes to the technical codes. The new Technical Code documents will come into force today (11 June 2019).
Ofcom has decided to approve the Format change requests concerning the AM commercial radio licence for Greater London and the AM commercial radio licence for North London held by ASSL (Love Sport) and PRLL (Panjab Radio), respectively.
Statement of our plan of work for the next financial year(2019/20).
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 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.
A request from Love Sport to change the station’s published Format has been approved by Ofcom, following a public consultation.
Following consultation, Ofcom has decided to approve proposals from Absolute Radio to reduce by 5% the transmission coverage of its AM national commercial licence.
Our Annual Plan 2018/19 highlights some of the key work areas that we will seek to deliver in order to meet our goals.
A request from the owner of Spectrum Radio Limited to change the Format of Spectrum Radio, a commercial radio service that broadcasts to Greater London on the AM (medium wave) band, has been approved by Ofcom.
An application by MuxCo Wales Limited ("MuxCo"), the holder of the local radio multiplex licence for Mid & West Wales, to extend the licensed area for its service to include Swansea, has been refused by Ofcom.
There are nearly 250, Ofcom-licensed, community radio stations broadcasting in locations across the UK. These stations are small, not-for-profit, services which bring a range of benefits to their target communities, and are run with the help of volunteers.
Ofcom has approved a Format Change Request from Nation Radio.
Ofcom is carrying out a review of the suitability of the list of larger parties for the purposes of Ofcom’s Broadcasting Code and rules on party political and referendum broadcasts (PPRB Rules).
Ofcom is proposing to advertise a new Additional Service licence in the first quarter of 2017 using the same spare capacity on the Classic FM frequencies.
Ofcom exists to make communications markets work for everyone. To achieve this, we are proposing three main goals: to promote competition and ensure that markets work effectively for consumers; to secure standards and improve quality; and to protect consumers from harm.
Ofcom is consulting on whether to approve Format Change Requests from the owners of Heartland FM in Perth and Wave 102 in Dundee.
The UK’s three national analogue (FM and AM) commercial radio licences (currently held by Classic FM, TalkSport and Absolute Radio) are all due to expire in 2018. Under the Broadcasting Act 1990 (as amended), all three licences qualify for a further five year renewal. This means that each licensee can apply to extend their licence, rather than having to re-apply for their licence in an open competition
In 2005 we concluded a review of the market for broadcasting transmission services. As a result of this review, we found that Crown Castle and ntl:broadcast, which both now form part of Arqiva, had significant market power in the market for the provision of access to masts and sites and shared or shareable antenna systems.