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- Ofcom explores white space potential. // Electronics Weekly;11/25/2009, Issue 2408, p10
The article reports on the exploration of potential of white space by the Office of Communications (Ofcom) of Great Britain.
- Television is more than the big box in the corner. Beale, Claire // Televisual;Jun2011, p18
The article presents results of the study conducted by The Ofcom on how people view television in Great Britain.
- Lebedev seeks true media mogul status with London Live bid. Levy, Katherine // Campaign (UK);8/31/2012, Issue 35, p18
The article reports that bids are on for London's localTV channel after Great Britain Office of Communications released details of the bids for licences to run 21 localTV services.
- Get set for your phone bills to rocket. // Computer Act!ve;10/14/2015, Issue 460, p9
The article focuses on the decision of Ofcom to triple the fees it charges to mobile companies to rent spectrum space on Great Britain's network.
- Mobile phone lobby wants low regulation. // Utility Week;6/14/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p5
Reports on the low regulation called by mobile telecommunication operators for the sector under the proposed telecommunication and media regulator, Office of Communications (Ofcom) of Great Britain. Joint statement given by companies to ministers; Impact of over-regulation on mobile...
- The week in numbers. // Campaign;8/22/2014, p1
2p - A proposed levy on each unit of alcohol, as suggested by the Centre for Social Justice, to pay for abstinence-based treatment centres
- Ofcom to tighten up rules on telecoms complaints. // New Media Age;2/12/2004, p3
Reports on the investigations to be conducted by regulator for media Ofcom on the number of complaints made about anti-competitive behavior in the telecommunication sector in Great Britain. Guidelines released by Ofcom in response to the issue; Legislation under which a British regulator has...
- Stuart Smith on Ofcom's double standards. Smith, Stuart // Marketing Week (01419285);12/10/2009, Vol. 32 Issue 50, p12
The author expresses his opinion on the double standards of the Office of Communications in (Ofcom) in Great Britain regarding the lowering and raising of wholesale prices for pay-television (TV) programme rights.
- Ofcom probes buying and selling of TV ad minutes. // Marketing Week;6/16/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 24, p9
The article reports on the decision of Great Britain's Office of Communications (Ofcom) to review buying and selling of television advertisement minutes.