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Chair comments on announcement that Lord Dyson will lead investigation into BBC’s Princess Diana interview
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Chair Julian Knight responds to the announcement
18 November 2020
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Aacademics and industry voices questioned on broadcasting regulation and diversity in the TV industry 
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee examines the impact of streaming services and the obligations PSBs have to provide public benefit and serve diverse communities
13 November 2020
Chair comments on today’s publication of EHRC report into BBC pay discrimination
Comments come in response to report published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission into pay discrimination against women at the BBC
12 November 2020
Amazon and YouTube to face Committee on future of broadcasting
Questions will focus on how public service broadcasting fits into the future media market, amidst on-demand streaming services
29 October 2020
DCMS Committee examine impact of streaming on future of the music industry
MPs examine what economic impact music streaming is having on artists, record labels and the sustainability of the wider music industry.
15 October 2020
PM pressed to address “inflexible” levy to boost creative industry apprenticeships
Committee writes to the Prime Minister on the Apprenticeship Levy
05 October 2020
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Committee calls for fair and transparent process in key broadcasting appointments
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Chair comments on Chair of the BBC and Chair of Ofcom appointments
01 October 2020
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Industry representatives to tell MPs what barriers remain to future-proofing our digital networks
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee continues inquiry 'Broadband and the road to 5G'
18 September 2020
Sub-Committee to question TikTok
TikTok faces questions over claims of censorship and action on tackling harmful content
17 September 2020
Sub-Committee to question TikTok
TikTok faces questions over claims of censorship and action on tackling harmful content
17 September 2020
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Chair comment's on today’s publication of BBC Group Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20
Value for money a key issue in light of alternative streaming services, increases to pay of on-air talent and number of executives paid over £150,000 a year
15 September 2020
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Streaming giant Netflix to be questioned by MPs, alongside Sky and Channel 5
MPs to hear from senior executives on Netflix’s role as the leading subscription video on demand service in the UK in its inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting
11 September 2020
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ITV news boss faces Peers' questions on regional journalism
Communications and Digital Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 21 July at 3.00pm
16 July 2020
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Lords question Media Minister, BBC and ITN bosses on the future of journalism
Communications and Digital Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 14 July at 3.30pm
13 July 2020
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Committee writes to platforms on balance of power with news publishers
Committee's letter to Facebook and Google published
26 June 2020
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