Monday, 20 August 2007

Ofcom C21 Media:

“UK regulator Ofcom has today started the process of evaluating the market impact of the BBC's planned Gaelic-language digital television channel.

The BBC is proposing to launch the channel, airing for up to seven hours per day, seven days a week and including 1.5 hours of original programming.

It will initially be available on satellite, broadband and cable, and will later become available on digital terrestrial television in Scotland as digital switchover takes place.”

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