Actions and Detail Panel
RSA Fellows' Borders and MCICH Networks Event
Thu 25 May 2017, 18:00 – 19:30 BST
You are invited to register to attend a policy discussion with Ofcom, and early registration is strongly recommended.
Ofcom is consulting on detailed proposals for how it will regulate the BBC’s performance under its new Royal Charter, which outlines how it should deliver for audiences. This includes a document for audiences in Scotland. Ofcom becomes the first independent, external regulator of the BBC on 3 April 2017. Ofcom’s role is to hold the Corporation to account against the delivery of its public purposes, while its new unitary board will govern and run the BBC. Ofcom will carefully monitor the BBC through annual performance reviews, a ‘health check’ halfway through the new 11-year Charter, and scrutiny of the BBC’s forthcoming annual plan on how it will fulfil its requirements. The new Charter sets clear objectives for the BBC to serve audiences, and puts a sharpened focus on distinctive, creative and high quality programmes.
The draft ‘operating licence’, published on 29th March 2017, sets clear requirements on the BBC that are achievable and affordable within existing licence fee funding, and which will uphold the quality of the BBC’s programmes.
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Packard FRSA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Registration/coffee is from 5.45pm. The Trinity Centre is wheelchair accessible. Parking is in adjacent streets, and the Trinity Centre is adjacent the Episcopal Church and almost opposite the Roman Catholic Church.
To let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments you have, please email the RSA team: email@example.com.
The RSA Fellowship is a network of Fellows. By agreeing to participate in this event you agree to the sharing of your name and organisation with other delegates at the event so that they can contact you through MyRSA, our online portal. If you do not wish your name and organisation to be shared, please contact us.