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Submission on Media Pluralism to Ofcom

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Submission by the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom to Ofcom Consultation ‘Measuring Plurality across Media’
16 November 2011

The CPBF was established in 1979. It is a leading independent organisation dealing with questions of freedom, diversity and accountability in the UK media. It is membership-based, drawing its support from individuals, trade unions, cultural and civil society organisations. Since it was established, it has consistently advanced policies designed to encourage a more pluralistic media in the UK and has regularly intervened in public and political debates over the future of media across the United Kingdom.

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Lords Probe Media Ownership and News - Part 2

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The CPBF has recently submitted evidence to the House of Lords Communications Committeeon media ownership. The document can be downloaded below.


Freedom of Information at risk?
Hard-won 'rights to know' might be restricted by future expenditure cuts in Whitehall and campaigners fear the Freedom of Information Act could become a target for efficiency savings. Listen to our latest podcast about threats to FOI, with Nicholas Jones.
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