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A call for evidence was released on Thursday 2 August 2012. The deadline for submission is Monday 24 September 2012.
Media convergence refers to the phenomenon of traditionally distinct media activities coming to overlap, and therefore to a process which is dissolving the frontiers between previously separate industries. The Committee would welcome written submissions on the main impacts of convergence and the key areas of legitimate public policy interest which arise.
Report on media convergence to be debated on Wednesday 30 October
Lords Communications Committee publishes report on media convergence
Lords to hear evidence from Ed Vaizey MP
Has public policy been left behind in the media convergence revolution?