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From 3 April 2017, Ofcom replaced the BBC Trust as the regulator of the BBC, and the BBC Trust ceased to exist. This page contains archived pages relating to the previous regime.
BBC market impact assessments
BBC content production options: Ofcom’s advice to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport (PDF, 183.8 KB)
The BBC Trust’s draft distributionfFramework for BBC services and content 16|07|15 (PDF, 164.5 KB)
Ofcom response to the Trust's review of competitive impact codes 24|10|14 (PDF, 110.0 KB)
Ofcom response to the BBC Trust content syndication consultation 08|02|11 (PDF, 1.0 MB)
Consultation on BBC on-demand syndication 15|07|10 (PDF, 768.9 KB)
Consultation on Canvas proposals 17|04|09 (PDF, 534.6 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test – BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra proposals 01|10|15 (PDF, 209.7 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test – BBC Radio 1 in BBC iPlayer proposals 03|11|14 (PDF, 203.8 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test - changes to iPlayer permissions 04|04|14 (PDF, 242.0 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test – Links between BBC public services and BBC Store 27|02|14 (PDF, 278.1 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test – Radio DRM Downloads proposal 28|05|13 (PDF, 1.1 MB)
BBC Trust Significance Test- Delivering Quality First: Children’s scheduling (PDF, 221.2 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test - Delivering Quality First: HD services B) (PDF, 153.0 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test - Delivering Quality First: Radio 1 / 1Xtra proposal (PDF, 205.3 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test - Delivering Quality First: BBC Local Radio (PDF, 208.7 KB)
BBC Trust Significance Test - Delivering Quality First: Asian Network (PDF, 241.5 KB)
Ofcom is tasked with holding the BBC to account in relation to its output and services, using the range of regulatory tools at our disposal.
16 June 2020
13 January 2020
The Broadcast and On Demand Bulletin reports on investigations into potential breaches of Ofcom’s codes and rules for TV, radio and video-on-demand programmes.