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Ofcom calls on UK PSBs to boost investment in British content

Tuesday 13 March 2018 | 18:04 CET | News
UK public service broadcasters need to invest in high-quality, distinctive British content to continue to thrive in the increasingly competitive TV market, according to a new PSB analysis released by Ofcom. The report shows that UK audiences want programmes that reflect life in the UK and tell UK stories. This presents a vital opportunity for UK PSBs to differentiate themselves from global players and maintain a large UK audience. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: BBC / Netflix / Ofcom / YouTube
Countries: United Kingdom
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