Thursday, 13 December 2007
In a valiant effort to kill yet more trees or punch a whole in the ozone layer, Ofcom put out another plethora of documents today. Amongst others, they have announced plans for a series of roadshows next year as they take their annual plan for 2008/9 on tour. This will provide opportunities for interested parties to let them know what we think of the threatened retreat from news provision on ITV. I got this from OfcomWatch - a blog which says what it does on the tin. Its author(s) tend to promote a free-market approach to regulation, but their are some interesting posts along the way.
Sunday, 2 December 2007
MP's, staff and the County Council at Border have created an unlikely coalition who will meet with Ofcom in the new year. In order to achieve a re-think, strong action will be necessary. It's not just Border, lots of regions have gathered real support. We will be co-ordinating lobbying activities in the new year in order to bring about the pressure needed to amend these damaging proposals.
Posted by the blog team at 20:56