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30/08/2022 15:26:03  

Media regulator Ofcom will not uphold thousands of complaints about alleged "controlling" behaviour.
19/08/2022 22:27:24  

Young adults in the UK are spending more time scrolling on social media site TikTok than watching broadcast television, according to an Ofcom report on Wednesday that highlights the growing generational divide in media habits. From a report: In its annual survey of consumption trends, the media regulator found that those aged 16 to 24 spent an average of 53 minutes a day viewing traditional broadcast TV, just a third of the level a decade ago. By contrast, people over the age of 65 spent seven times as long in front of channels such as BBC One or ITV, viewing almost six hours' worth of broadcast TV a day -- a figure that has risen since 2011. The faster take-up of streaming services and social media among young people poses an ever greater challenge to broadcasters as they try to cope with an economic slowdown, satisfy their most loyal older viewers and invest to keep pace with fast-changing consumption habits.

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17/08/2022 00:23:35  

The average 16 to 24-year-old watches TV for 53 minutes a day compared with nearly six hours for over-65s.
13/08/2022 08:25:56  

This week 146,843 visitors visited 465,051 times viewing 715,131 pages. The most read and shared stories in order of popularity were:

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08/08/2022 18:25:11  

For all the Guardianistas‘ doom-mongering, GB News is now entering its 15th month on air with a clean bill of health: The first two Ofcom investigations into the channel have, as of this afternoon, officially ended without further action. The first, triggered by a complaint over Farage’s Talking Pints interview with darts player Bobby George last August, has been dismissed after the show was ruled not to have breached standards rules on “offensive language“.[…] Read the rest

01/08/2022 03:20:16  

Many long-standing customers pay more for broadband and mobile contracts than new customers do.