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Communications Monthly Update: June 2018

Ofcom Updates

This update provides a list of selected recent Ofcom publications.

This month’s update covers:

  • Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
  • Television broadcast licensing update
  • Radio licensing monthly update
  • Proposed changes to Ofcom’s Switching Tracker
  • Directory enquiries research
  • Final directions applying Code powers to B4B Networks Ltd
  • Community radio fund panel meeting, statement, minutes and annual report
  • Additional benchmark data on proposed annual licence fees for 900/1800 MHz spectrum

Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
The Independent Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator (OTA2) has published its update for June 2018. At the end of June 2018, the number of unbundled lines stands at 9.99 million. There are 4.27 million WLR lines, and the number of telephone numbers using CPS is 1.68 million.

Television broadcast licensing update
Information about Ofcom’s broadcast TV licensing activity, including details of new licences issued and changes to existing licences.

Radio licensing monthly update
The monthly update provides information about Ofcom’s broadcast radio licensing activity with regard to both the commercial and community radio sectors. This month we have published information for existing community radio stations about applying for changes to their coverage.

Proposed changes to Ofcom’s Switching Tracker
We are in the process of reviewing our engagement index and the questions used to calculate this. Further information is available on request.

Directory enquiries research
We have published the raw data behind the consumer research we commissioned to support our review of directory enquiries.

Final directions applying Code powers to B4B Networks Ltd
We have confirmed that, pursuant to the electronic communications code and following consultation, Code powers have now been granted to B4B Networks Ltd.

Community radio fund panel meeting, statement, minutes and annual report
Ofcom established the Community Radio Fund Panel to meet as required to examine applications and make awards from the Fund. The awarding Panel met in June 2018 to consider the applications for the first round of the Community Radio Fund 2018. A statement, including a list of awards made, a note of the panel meeting, and the Fund Annual report is available on our website.

Additional data on proposed annual licence fees for 900/1800 MHz spectrum
We have published an additional dataset in relation to our open consultation on proposed annual licence fees for 900/1800MHz spectrum. The dataset presents estimated benchmarks for the value of relevant spectrum auctions in Europe since 2015.


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