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Report: Brexit deal key to sector growth

UK could ‘lead the world when it comes to film and television’ Report finds that by 2025 UK’s AV sector is on course to become leading international hub – but a disappointing Brexit deal could threaten this. 11 October 2018 – The UK has the potential to become a major... read more

COBA calls on Government to be ambitious on broadcasting

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... read more

COBA calls for clarity on Brexit transition deal

  The Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) stresses the need for urgent clarity on whether a transition period will happen following the Government’s Chequers meeting this weekend. COBA reserves judgement on the Government’s longterm plan for broadcasting until... read more

Changing prominence rules risks damaging UK kids TV

June 11 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Changing “linear” TV prominence risks harming investment in UK children’s programmes In response to calls today by the BBC and Channel 4 for greater prominence for their digital services, the Commercial Broadcasters... read more