Broadcasting: An Agreement Between Her Majesty's Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and the British Broadcasting Corporation

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The Stationery Office, Jul 3, 2006 - Business & Economics - 69 pages
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This is a Framework Agreement, which compliments a new Royal Charter of Incorporation for the BBC. The Agreement covers: the BBC's public purpose; the BBC's UK public service; UK public service licences; statements of programme policy; changes to the BBC's UK public service; digital switchover; radio spectrum; regulatory obligations on the UK public services; the World Service; fair trading and competitive impact; the BBC's commercial services; the funding of the BBC; some general obligations of the BBC; complaints; BBC and OFCOM.
 

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Contents

FORMAL PARTS
Interpreting this Agreement
Sustaining citizenship and civil society
Representing the UK its nations regions and communities
Making the UK Public Services widely available 6
No charge to be made for reception of the UK Public Services and associated content 7
The activities which need a service licence 8
STATEMENTS OF PROGRAMME POLICY 9
NONSERVICE ACTIVITIES 10
CHANGES TO THE BBCS UK PUBLIC SERVICES 11

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