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Ofcom's role in relation to the proposed merger of Sky plc with Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc

Ofcom Broadcasting Updates

On 3 March 2017 Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc made a formal notification to the European Commission of its intention to acquire the shares in Sky plc it does not already own.

Public interest intervention

Today, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport issued a European intervention notice requesting Ofcom to report by 16 May 2017 on the effects of the proposed transaction on the public interest. The Secretary of State has asked Ofcom to consider the public interest with respect to two grounds: media plurality, and commitment to broadcast standards.

Ofcom has today published a guidance note setting out the process and timetable for preparing our report on the public interest considerations set out by the Secretary of State. Ofcom has also published an invitation to comment and invites written submissions to be sent to Publicinteresttest2017@ofcom.org.uk  by 30 March 2017.

Ofcom's fit and proper duty

Under s.3(3) of each of the Broadcasting Act 1990 and the Broadcasting Act 1996, Ofcom has an ongoing duty to be satisfied that the holders of broadcast licences are fit and proper to be licensed. This means that we can assess a licensee at any time, on our own initiative, as well as being able to respond to concerns raised by third parties.  We have powers to require from licensees any information that we consider appropriate to conduct that assessment.

The public interest test that Ofcom has been asked to make by the Secretary of State and our ongoing duty under the Communications Act to assess whether a licensee is fit and proper are separate legal processes. However, the issues we have been required to consider in the public interest test may overlap with our own consideration of Sky’s fitness to hold broadcasting licences in the event of a change of control. We propose to consider these matters within the same timeframe within which Ofcom will report to the Secretary of State on the public interest test.

If you wish to submit relevant evidence to us in relation to Ofcom’s fit and proper assessment, please do so by 30 March 2017 using this email address: fitandproper@ofcom.org.uk

 

 

Rôl Ofcom mewn perthynas â’r bwriad i uno Sky plc â Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc

Ar 3 Mawrth 2017 cyflwynodd Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc hysbysiad ffurfiol i'r Comisiwn Ewropeaidd yn nodi ei fwriad i gaffael y cyfrannau yn Sky plc nad yw’n berchen arnynt yn barod.

Ymyriad lles y cyhoedd

Heddiw, cyhoeddodd yr Ysgrifennydd Gwladol dros Ddiwylliant, y Cyfryngau a Chwaraeon hysbysiad ymyriad Ewropeaidd yn gofyn i Ofcom adrodd erbyn 16 Mai 2017 ar effeithiau'r pryniant arfaethedig ar les y cyhoedd. Mae’r Ysgrifennydd Gwladol wedi gofyn i Ofcom ystyried lles y cyhoedd ar sail dwy elfen: lluosogrwydd yn y cyfryngau, ac ymrwymiad i safonau darlledu.

Heddiw, mae Ofcom wedi cyhoeddi nodyn cyfarwyddyd sy’n gosod y broses a’r amserlen ar gyfer paratoi ein hadroddiad ar ystyriaethau er lles y cyhoedd a bennwyd gan yr Ysgrifennydd Gwladol. Mae Ofcom wedi cyhoeddi gwahoddiad i roi sylwadau hefyd ac mae’n gofyn am sylwadau ysgrifenedig i Publicinteresttest2017@ofcom.org.uk erbyn 30 Mawrth 2017.

Dylestswydd addas a phriodol Ofcom

Yn unol ag adran 3(3) yn Neddf Darlledu 1990 ac yn Neddf Darlledu 1996, mae gan Ofcom ddyletswydd barhaus i fodloni ei hun bod deiliaid trwydded darlledu yn addas a phriodol i gael y drwydded. Mae hyn yn golygu y byddwn yn gallu asesu trwyddedai unrhyw bryd, heb i neb ein cymell, yn ogystal â gallu ymateb i bryderon a fynegir gan unrhyw drydydd parti.  Mae gennym y pwerau i ofyn i drwyddedeion am unrhyw wybodaeth sydd, yn ein barn ni, yn briodol i gynnal yr asesiad hwnnw.

Mae’r asesiad lles y cyhoedd y gofynnwyd i Ofcom ei gynnal gan yr Ysgrifennydd Gwladol a’n dyletswydd barhaus o dan y Ddeddf Cyfathrebiadau i asesu a yw trwyddedai yn addas ac yn briodol yn ddwy broses gyfreithiol ar wahân. Ond, mae’n bosib y bydd y materion y gofynnwyd i ni eu hystyried yn yr asesiad lles y cyhoedd yn gorgyffwrdd â’n hystyriaeth ni o ba mor addas yw Sky i ddal trwyddedau darllediad pan fydd newid rheolaeth. Rydym yn cynnig bod y materion hyn yn cael eu hystyried o fewn yr un amserlen ag y bydd Ofcom yn adrodd i'r Ysgrifennydd Gwladol ar yr asesiad lles y cyhoedd.

Os ydych chi am gyflwyno tystiolaeth berthnasol i ni sy’n ymwneud â’r asesiad hwn, gwnewch hynny erbyn 30 Mawrth 2017 gan ddefnyddio'r cyfeiriad e-bost hwn: fitandproper@ofcom.org.uk

 


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