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UK TV industry remains skewed towards privately-educated workers - Ofcom

Wednesday 18 September 2019 | 22:06 CET | News
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The latest diversity in TV broadcasting report from UK regulator Ofcom shows that TV workers are twice as likely to have attended private schools, with only a minority of workers coming from non-professional family backgrounds.

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