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The House of Lords Communications Committee hears evidence from representatives of BSkyB and Ofcom from 10.30am.
The evidence session forms part of the Committee’s short inquiry into the future of Public Service Broadcasting. Graham McWilliam, Group Director of Corporate Affairs, Sophie Turner-Laing, Managing Director of Entertainment, and David Wheeldon, Director of Public Affairs, will be representing BSkyB. Ed Richards, Chief Executive of Ofcom, will also be giving evidence.
The Committee has heard evidence from the BBC’s Mark Thompson, Channel 4’s Andy Duncan, ITV's Michael Grade and Five's Dawn Airey, over the last few weeks.
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