The Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) is the UK industry body for digital, cable and satellite broadcasters and on-demand services. Its members include major non-public service broadcasters, as well as niche services.
COBA works with regulators, policy makers and other stakeholders in the UK to champion the interests of its members and to promote the value they bring both creatively and economically to the UK.
COBA is governed by a board of executives from member companies, who have been elected by the wider membership. The board has overall responsibility for COBA’s policy, strategy and operations. COBA’s day-to-day work is carried out through a series of committees, most notably the Policy Committee, which are open to all members.
Speaking to the Committee for Exiting the EU today, the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) called on the Government to commit to seeking an ambitious deal on broadcasting before companies are forced to activate contingency plans. COBA’s Executive Director Adam Minns told MPs on the Committee that international broadcasting was a £1 billion sector that was […]
The Government’s White Paper on Brexit offers little clarity for the UK’s £1 billion international broadcasting sector, the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) said today. International TV channels based in the UK are a £1 billion a year business, investing in UK jobs, technology and content. They are one of the fastest growing parts of the […]