OFCOM announces further public consultations regarding the BBC

h/t JB

In addition to the public consultation already launched last month, OFCOM has announced consultations on five further topics:ofcom

1) Broadcasting Code Review. The consultation is open until February 9th, 2017 and relevant reading can be found here.

2) Assessing the impact of proposed changes to the BBC’s public service activities: A consultation on Ofcom’s procedures and guidance (i). The consultation is open until February 13th 2017 and relevant reading can be found here.

3) Assessing the impact of the BBC’s public service activities: A consultation on Ofcom’s procedures and guidance (ii). The consultation is open until February 13th 2017 and relevant reading can be found here.

4) The BBC’s commercial activities: A Consultation on Ofcom’s proposed requirements and guidance. The consultation is open until February 13th 2017 and relevant reading can be found here

5) Distribution of BBC public services: A Consultation on Ofcom’s proposed requirements and guidance. The consultation is open until February 13th 2017 and relevant reading can be found here.

Additional consultations are expected in January 2017 and thereafter.

An overview of “Ofcom’s preparations for regulation of the BBC” can be found here.

The Draft BBC Royal Charter (updated in November 2016) can be found here.

The Draft Framework Agreement (updated in November 2016) can be found here. The subject of the BBC complaints system and OFCOM’s role is addressed in sections 56 to 60 inclusive. 

Related Articles:

2016 Charter Review 

OFCOM consultation concerning BBC accuracy and impartiality

 

 

 

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One comment on “OFCOM announces further public consultations regarding the BBC

  1. Presumably BBC Watch’s reportings of the BBC’s institutionalised covert anti-Semitism and blatant anti-Israel campaigns are made aware of to OFCOM and, hopefully, action will now be taken to bring a halt to their pro-Fatah and traitorous pro-Isis propaganda.

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