television licence

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television licence

n (Brit) → abbonamento alla televisione
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5 billion of investment from the licence fee over the next decade, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said today (Thursday 6, October).
YOUR recent letter concerning the jailing of a single woman on benefits for not paying the BBC licence fee is one reason why this fee should be abolished.
ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Agriculture and Fisheries Department has abruptly increased the licence fee for angling in the Rawal Lake dampening the enthusiasm of the residents of Rawalpindi and Islamabad over lifting of ban on the activity.
Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby has hit out at the BBC's "enemies" and warned against more licence fee cuts.
The appointment of Tory MP John Whittingdale, who has called the licence fee "worse than the poll tax", to the post of Culture Secretary has led to speculation that the broadcaster could face major changes to the way it is funded.
TORY plans to tamper with and possibly abolish the BBC licence fee pose serious threats to the funding of S4C, a Liberal Democrat peer has warned.
14) said that applications for firearms certificates rose by 88 in Cleveland last year coupled with a veto by the Prime Minister of an already agreed rise in the licence fee from PS50 to PS88 (for a five year licence).
NEW DELHI -- Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have moved the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal ( TDSAT) against the DoT's decision to increase the licence fee from Re 1 per annum to 6% of their annual adjusted gross revenue.
VIEWERS could be left out in the cold after the BBC licence fee was frozen for at least one year yesterday.
Summary: The television licence fee could be cut as part of the British government's austerity drive, Culture Minister Jeremy Hunt said.
CULTURE Secretary Ben Bradshaw yesterday questioned the future of the licence fee and raised the possibility that it could be scrapped if Labour remain in power.
BBC director general Mark Thompson has come out firmly against government proposals to "top-slice" the TV licence fee to provide around pounds 130 million for commercial broadcasters.