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DCMS Communications Review Seminar Series

DCMS Communications Review: Seminar Series

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DCMS Communications Review Seminar Series

The Communications Review

An opportunity to build on our telecommunications, media and technology capabilities, and turn the UK into Europe’s technology hub.

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The Seminar Series

Half-day seminars to help inform policy options for a White Paper, covering a variety of topics with input from a wide range of people.

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How to get involved

Read the seminar papers and leave a public comment or make a private submission to the policy team. You can also access seminar outputs.

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A new Communications Bill will be introduced by the end of this Parliament to ensure the UK continues to have a world-beating communications sector, delivering innovative and high-quality content along with safe and efficient services.

DCMS, the UK government department leading the review, is hosting a series of seminars to inform a Communications White Paper.

To help inform policy, read the discussion papers accompanying each seminar, access video and audio recordings and seminar presentation slides, and make your comment on the first four seminars by 14 September 2012.

Next seminar: 

September 2012 - Supporting growth in the radio (audio) sector

View agenda

Related speeches:

Future of Broadcasting, Ed Vaizey MP, 27 June 2012
Future of Entertainment, Ed Vaizey MP, 20 June 2012