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Wandsworth Guardian
10,000 Wandsworth homes can now access 'super-fast' broadbandover 1,000 megabits per second (Mbit/s), which is roughly 47 times faster than
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 hours ago
over 1,000 megabits per second (Mbit/s), which is roughly 47 times faster than the 22.8 Mbit/s UK average, according to Ofcom figures published by Wandsworth Council. The service costs £50 per month to subscribe to and other packages are... Read more
18h
Irish Examiner
’Strongest evidence yet’ that junk food adverts increase consumption among teensteens choose to eat. "It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
Irish Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
teens choose to eat. "It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. "Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
North Wales Pioneer / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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Bury Times
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study findsteens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk fo
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
teens choose to eat. “It’s been 10 years since the first, and only, TV junk food marketing regulations were introduced by Ofcom and they’re seriously out of date. “Ofcom must stop junk food adverts being shown during programmes that are popular... Read more
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walesonline
Calls for powers over broadcasting devolved to Walesformer chief legal adviser to the Welsh Government Professor Thomas Glyn Watkin
walesonline / Posted yesterday
former chief legal adviser to the Welsh Government Professor Thomas Glyn Watkin, singer Gwenno Saunders and former Chair of Ofcom Wales Ian Clarke.Read More Their letter states: “We believe that we need many more opportunities for us in Wales as a... Read more
4d
heraldscotland
Ofcom probes BBC plan for new Scottish channel amid fears over competitionNew uncertainty over the decision could affect the planning for the new service
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
New uncertainty over the decision could affect the planning for the new service, experts said last night. Ofcom said, in a letter to the corporation, that there were aspects of the BBC Scotland plan that they were concerned with, and that the plans... Read more
5d
International Business Times
Majority of UK residents don't trust broadband advertising, new figures show firms agreed to offer compensation for poor service, including for late setup a
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
firms agreed to offer compensation for poor service, including for late setup and outages. UK communication's regulator Ofcom revealed that BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and Zen Internet have agreed to the plan. These providers make up 90% of... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Screen Suffolk hails successful 2017 and looks ahead to big plans for 2018of London or chooses another location, it has already voiced a commitment to sp
Ipswich Star / Posted 5 days ago
of London or chooses another location, it has already voiced a commitment to spend more on programmes outside of London. Ofcom regulations state that a percentage of production spend must be in the regions in order to qualify for... Read more
7d
Scotsman
John McLellan: 2018 significant for future of Scottish medianews publishers” and Conservative Lords who oppose it fear the vote will be tig
Scotsman / Posted 7 days ago
news publishers” and Conservative Lords who oppose it fear the vote will be tight. This week also sees the completion of an Ofcom consultation about the BBC’s plans for a new Scottish channel. Now Ofcom’s remit extends to the BBC following the... Read more
8d
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Aviva pushes for ban on nuisance calls as research finds 2.2bn were made in 2017with more than six million nuisance calls and texts every day in 2017, accordin
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 8 days ago
with more than six million nuisance calls and texts every day in 2017, according to research by Aviva. Analysis of Ofcom data commissioned by the Norwich insurer shows 2.2 billion calls and texts relating to an injury-related claim,... Read more
11d
New York Daily News
Iran complains about UK coverage of protestsletter received from Iran's embassy in London complaining about media coverage
New York Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
letter received from Iran's embassy in London complaining about media coverage of the protests. The regulator, known as Ofcom, said Friday the letter is being carefully evaluated. Iranian state media say the government is complaining about what... Read more
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13d
PRWeek US
Diageo pulls all ads from Snapchattargeting was based solely on users' self-reported ages. It stated that the pl
PRWeek US / Posted 13 days ago
targeting was based solely on users' self-reported ages. It stated that the platform was popular with under-18s, citing Ofcom research showing that 58% of children aged 12-15 years old said they had a Snapchat account in 2017, and that 34% of... Read more
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PRWeek UK
Diageo pulls all ads from Snapchattargeting was based solely on users' self-reported ages. It stated that the pl
PRWeek UK / Posted 13 days ago
targeting was based solely on users' self-reported ages. It stated that the platform was popular with under-18s, citing Ofcom research showing that 58% of children aged 12-15 years old said they had a Snapchat account in 2017, and that 34% of... Read more
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17d
EveningTimes Online
Government announces children’s TV fund amid concerns over US importsfrom the 2010 licence fee settlement. It comes after the introduction of a chi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 days ago
from the 2010 licence fee settlement. It comes after the introduction of a children’s TV tax break and new quotas from Ofcom for children’s channels CBeebies and CBBC. Anna Home, Chair of the Children’s Media Foundation, said: “We hope it will... Read more
18d
Daily Telegraph
Government announces £60m for British children's TV amid fears US imports dominatenot otherwise have been commissioned." It comes after the introduction of a ch
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
not otherwise have been commissioned." It comes after the introduction of a children's TV tax break and new quotas from Ofcom for children's channels CBeebies and CBBC. In 2015 the watchdog warned about falling investment in children's... Read more
18d
Waveguide TV and Radio News
Thursday December 28 2017A September episode featuring an interview with a gay conversion therapist had
Waveguide TV and Radio News / Posted 18 days ago
A September episode featuring an interview with a gay conversion therapist had received 1,142 Ofcom complaints. During a heated debate on the programme on 5 September, Dr Michael Davidson said homosexuality was "an aberration", "a sin" and "in some... Read more
20d
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
The percentage of small firms selling online expected to increase in 2018be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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20d
Hampshire Chronicle
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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The News and Star
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
The News and Star / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Whitehaven News / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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20d
Denbighshire Free Press
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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20d
Oxford Mail
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Bury Times
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Bury Times / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Gazette
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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20d
guardian-series
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
guardian-series / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Harrow Times / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Gazette News
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Gazette News / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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This is West Country
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
This is West Country / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Bolton News
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Bolton News / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
EveningTimes Online / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Britain’s small businesses expecting revenue boost from e-commercebe underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and pr
Croydon Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
be underestimated. “They can improve productivity, boost revenue growth and provide real export power for SMEs.” However, Ofcom recently found that around 1.1 million, or 4%, of UK properties still cannot get decent broadband to meet their needs,... Read more
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21d
Lancashire Telegraph
MP backs Ofcom mobile service provider changesANDREW Stephenson, Pendle's MP, has welcomed the announcement by Ofcom, which w
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
ANDREW Stephenson, Pendle's MP, has welcomed the announcement by Ofcom, which will let mobile customers switch provider by sending a text. Under major reforms by the Telecoms regulator, everyone will be able to switch providers by sending a free... Read more
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