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The Communications Committee has decided to hold an inquiry into the regulation of television advertising.
The Committee will investigate the recent decline in revenues of commercial television companies from the sale of advertising, It will examine the various changes to the regulation of television advertising, which are currently under discussion, and will look at the Contracts Rights Renewal (CRR) mechanism.
An invitation for written submissions to this inquiry was published on 27 July 2010.
Viewers ‘best interests’ not served by regulations
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Lords Communications Committee continue inquiry
Lords question Ofcom on Tuesday 23 November
Communications Committee question television advertisers and ISBA as part of its inquiry into the regulation of the television advertising industry
The House of Lords Communications Committee has today issued a call for evidence for an inquiry into the regulation of television advertising
Written Evidence on the Regulation of Television Advertising