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The first and second reviews of Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) Television

Including other work on PSB including the future of news, the Channel 4 Financial Review and the Public Service Publisher.



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Video briefing

Peter Phillips introduces Ofcom's Second Public Service Broadcasting Review: Phase Two - Preparing for the Digital Future


Key links

PSB Blog: Read and comment upon the Interactive Executive Summary of the Review's second phase

PSB Blog:Follow the progress of Ofcom's PSB review

Download the full Phase 2 consultation document or respond formally to the consultation


 


TitlePublishedClosing dateUpdated
TVOfcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review - Phase 2: preparing for the digital future 25|09|200804|12|200825|09|2008
TVOfcom's Second Public Service Broadcasting Review - Phase One: The Digital Opportunity10|04|200819|06|200810|04|2008

In this section

Second review of public service television broadcasting

Some inconvenient truths

Speech on Public Sector Broadcasting at the LBS, David Currie, 17|07|08

Ofcom's Second Public Service Broadcasting Review - Media briefing

Presentation slides and video - Riverside House, London, 10|04|08

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting

Royal Television Society, 11|03|08 - Ed Richards, Chief Executive, Ofcom

Ofcom Seminar on Future of Broadcasting in Scotland

Wednesday 11 June, 2008, Ofcom Scotland , Sutherland House, Glasgow




Document archive:



First review of public service television broadcasting

2003 - 2005

Ofcom reports

The Ofcom review of public service broadcasting (PSB) television

Public Service Broadcasting Annual Reports

Broadcasters' annual Statements of Programme Policy

Under section 266 of the Communications Act 2003, public service broadcasters are required to produce annual statements of programme policy, taking account of guidance produced by Ofcom.

Related reports, presentations and speeches

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