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Ofcom

(ˈɒfkɒm)
n acronym for
(Telecommunications) (in Britain)Office of Communications: a government body regulating the telecommunications industries; a super-regulator merging the Radio Authority, Independent Television Commission, and Oftel
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Mr Gaunt, who lives in Northamptonshire and is also a columnist for a national newspaper, has faced the Broadcasting Standards Commission five times.
The father of two took up his post ahead of the merger of the Broadcasting Standards Commission, the Independent Television Commission, Oftel, the Radio- communications Agency and the Radio Authority.
Two years ago, the Broadcasting Standards Commission backed plans to increase the number of soap episodes, arguing it would lead to better quality.
The Broadcasting Standards Commission ruled the show went too far.
But the Broadcasting Standards Commission ruled that the show went too far.
But then all the Broadcasting Standards Commission seems to do is give statistics for complaints, wring its hands and bleat ab out falling standards without doing anything ab out it.
Complaints about TV soaps have soared to a new high, prompting a warning from the Broadcasting Standards Commission yesterday about their use of intense violence before the 9pm watershed.
SPIN doctor Alastair Campbell could take his bitter battle with the BBC to the Broadcasting Standards Commission.
Meanwhile Mr Campbell - who is demanding an apology - could take his bitter battle to the Broadcasting Standards Commission.
Research by the Broadcasting Standards Commission into youngsters' viewing habits found many could not conceive of turning to alternatives such as reading.
The Broadcasting Standards Commission has received complaints from many viewers with children who were shocked by the horrific murder scenes.
LAST year the Broadcasting Standards Commission received 7,183 protests.

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