- DIGESTS. // Marketing Week;3/7/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p13
Reports marketing developments in Great Britain as of March 2002. License from the Independent Television Commission by BT; Appointment of Matt Teman for advertisement director of BBC Magazines; Renewal of sponsorship for cricket by Norwich Union.
- Reputations are difficult to mend. // Marketing Week;10/31/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p3
Comments on the problems facing British tea company Tetley Inc., following the firm's use of health-related marketing taglines. Independent Television Commission's role in the marketing problems faced by the company; Implication of Tetley's marketing problems on British advertising industry.
- Government is the only winner in fight for digital terrestrial TV. Snoddy, Raymond // Marketing (00253650);7/4/2002, p16
Reports the role of Independent Television Commission on the digital terrestrial television in Great Britain. Emphasis on the commercial television licence; Emergence of DTT phoenix on television; Projection of the development of the course for analog switch-off.
- Brits battle bundling. Boehm, Erich // Variety;08/17/98, Vol. 371 Issue 14, p32
Reports the demand of British cable companies to review the decision of the Independent Television Commission (ITC) to phase out television channel bundling. Claims of cable companies on the decision; Opposition to channel bundling order; Statement of ITC on their decision.
- ITC raps Granada and Cadbury for Corrie ad credits. // Marketing (00253650);9/23/1999, p3
Reports that Cadbury and Granada have been censured by the Independent Television Commission for failing to abide by guidelines governing the chocolate maker's sponsorship of the TV program `Coronation Street.'
- Here is the news at ten, nine, eleven, ten again... Douglas, Torin // Marketing Week;10/5/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 36, p21
Comments on the compromise made by Granada Media Group chief executive Charles Allen with the Great Britain Independent Television Commission regarding the time slot of ITV's News at Ten. Audience share of ITV; Plan of BBC to hold the 10 o'clock time slot; Competitors of ITV for the late...
- British TV regulator ITC fines U.K.'s Granada TV. Clarke, Steve // Variety;12/19/94, Vol. 357 Issue 8, p59
Reports that the Independent Television Commission in Great Britain has fined Granada Television for breaking ITV codes. Fines imposed on Granada TV; Indifference of the station to ITV warnings; Program on Granada TV which broke ITV codes.
- BRIEFS. // Marketing (00253650);10/28/1999, p10
Presents a roundup of news pertaining to the marketing and advertising sectors in Great Britain, as of October 28, 2000. Recruitment of Zoe Moore as head of brand development at BBC Production; Publication of the Independent Television Commission's conclusions on the digital points system;...
- TV under fire for being preoccupied with sex. // Marketing Week;4/1/1999, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p15
Reports on the preoccupation of television with sex in Great Britain. Screening of programs with adult materials by the Independent Television Commission; Levels of entertainment and comedy.