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Tag Archives: Ofcom
The United Kingdom’s broadcast regulatory agency says that it has authorized the licensing of community radio stations on the Bailiwick of Guernsey, which includes the islands of Alderney and Sark, all part of the Channel Islands. This is a bit … finish reading Community radio will come to Channel Islands
One of the more interesting permits that Britain’s radio/telecom regulator offers radio broadcasters is short term restricted service licenses (SRSLs for you acronym lovers). They’re reserved for community events, festivals, non-profit offerings, those kind of things. Some noted restricted license … finish reading UK revises short term radio license procedures for Ramadan
Starting this Tuesday, the Supreme Court will finally begin hearing arguments in Case No. 10-1293, better known as Federal Communications Commission, et al v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al. The case will revive a discussion, and hopefully start a process … finish reading ‘Fleeting’ radio and TV indecency rules finally get their day in court
The United Kingdom’s broadcast regulation agency Ofcom has published its annual report (.pdf) on the state of community radio, and the figures indicate that income for UK community outlets has markedly declined. No big surprise, given the global recession. But … finish reading UK report: community radio stations that target specific audiences do better?
Britain’s Ofcom, the closest equivalent of the FCC in the United States, will attempt to implement something that’s eluded it’s American counterpart for years: provide language- and context-specific examples of what can and cannot be broadcast over the UK’s airwaves. … finish reading UK radio finds itself under indecency crackdown
On the heels of Radio Caroline’s 47th birthday last week, the New York Times published a story reporting on the outfit’s attempt to garner an actual license to broadcast in the UK. Caroline is pursuing 531 KHz on the mediumwave … finish reading Radio Caroline Pursuing a Legit License
Ofcom (the United Kingdom’s equivalent of the FCC) has just published a new survey of which words British radio listeners and TV watchers don’t like, or sort of don’t like, or really object to, depending on the circumstances. The most … finish reading 75 or so words you really ought to think about before you say them on UK radio
It will be interesting to see what Ofcom, the United Kingdom’s broadcast regulatory agency, says about GMG Radio, aka “Smooth Radio” of London and North West’s request to pare down its jazz format. Here’s the gist of the request for the … finish reading Less "specialist jazz" for London "smooth" radio?
Commercial radio broadcasters on both sides of the Atlantic are no doubt praising the United Kingdom’s move to allow licensed stations to cut down on their news and local fare. “Changes in the advertising market, greater competition for audiences’ attention … finish reading Ofcom puts another nail in local radio's coffin
The United Kingdom’s broadcasting regulator has given the green light to a new community radio station in the Essex county area. It’s SAFE radio for young listeners in Grays and the outer regions of Thurrock (that’s about ten miles east … finish reading UK approves conflict resolution community radio for Essex