Broadcast Bulletin Issue number 197 09/01/12
Satellite Entertainment Limited, Advertisement for the Jatiya Party, Sponsorship of Isha Adhaan, Sponsorship of Maghrib Adhaan, Complaint by Mr David Johnson, on his own behalf, on behalf of Mr Gordon Hunter and on behalf of the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service (“ECFRS”), Complaint by Mr Mel Bouzadm, Complaint by Mr John Arthur Jones, Complaint by Mr Denzil Golding and Mrs Chantelle Golding, Complaint by Mr Leonard Harper & Complaint on behalf of The Fat Cat Bistro made by Ms Karen Conway and Mr Michael Neill.
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a) Ofcoms Broadcasting Code (the Code) the most recent version of which took effect on 28 February 2011 and covers all programmes broadcast on or after 28 February 2011. The Broadcasting Code can be found here.
Note: Programmes broadcast prior to 28 February 2011 are covered by the version of the Code that was in force at the date of broadcast.
b) Programmes broadcast prior to 16 December 2009 are covered by the 2005 Code which came into effect on 25 July 2005 (with the exception of Rule 10.17 which came into effect on 1 July 2005) and can be found here.
c) Code on the Scheduling of Television Advertising (“COSTA”) can be found here.
d) Other codes and requirements that may also apply to broadcasters, depending on their circumstances. These include the Code on Television Access Services (which sets out how much subtitling, signing and audio description relevant licensees must provide), the Code on Electronic Programme Guides, the Code on Listed Events, and the Cross Promotion Code, can be found here.