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Claire Enders discusses the future of television in an on-demand world

18 March 2019

The Communications Committee takes evidence from Claire Enders, Founder of Enders Analysis and a leading analyst of the media industry, to commence its new inquiry investigating the future for public service broadcasting in the context of the rising popularity of video on demand services.

Witness

Tuesday 19 March, Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster

At 3.30pm

  • Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis

Possible lines of questioning

Topics likely to be covered in the evidence session include:

  • The rising popularity of on-demand content and the impact on broadcast TV
  • The benefit of public service broadcasting
  • How the production of UK content could be encouraged
  • The response of public service broadcasters to demand for on-demand content
  • Whether the obligations on public service broadcasters, such as in the content they show and the way they commission it, should be revised.

Further information

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