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Media news

Report shows positive impact of broadband access 19/02/2013 Report shows positive impact of broadband access

Independent research suggests broadband grows businesses and creates jobs.

Lord Justice Leveson Report – regulatory system for the press 12/02/2013 Lord Justice Leveson Report – regulatory system for the press

A draft that illustrates how a Royal Charter alternative might work.

Chair of Board overseeing 4G TV coexistence scheme appointed 07/02/2013 Chair of Board overseeing 4G TV coexistence scheme appointed

DCMS appoints David Hendon.

Nationwide boost to mobile coverage moves a step closer 31/01/2013 Nationwide boost to mobile coverage moves a step closer

Mobile network operators agree on scheme financing.

Norfolk pioneers 'Fast Start' approach to nationwide broadband roll-out 24/01/2013 Norfolk pioneers 'Fast Start' approach to nationwide broadband roll-out

Ed Vaizey attends inaugural meeting in Norwich to ensure smooth delivery of the country's broadband scheme.

Vaizey urges satellite platforms to end fees for public service broadcasters 23/01/2013 Vaizey urges satellite platforms to end fees for public service broadcasters

Paying millions of pounds to be broadcast on satellite is not 'fair or equitable'.

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