UK TV & Radio Stations May Be Sponsored With New Ofcom Plans

UK TV & Radio Stations May Be Sponsored With New Ofcom Plans
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Guy Brighton
  • 7 february 2006

Advertisers could be allowed to sponsor whole television channels and radio stations rather than just individual programmes, under new proposals from Ofcom.

The media regulator is considering lifting a ban on the sponsorship of TV and radio stations.

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