Parliament urged to revise commercial radio regulations

RHIAN JONES

Parliament is being urged to relax commercial radio regulations as the platform faces competition from digital services such as Spotify, Deezer and iTunes.

Chairman of the All Party Group for Commercial Radio, Andrew Bingham MP (pictured), wants new rules to be introduced that create ‘a more level playing field’.

In contrast to digital services, commercial radio is required to comply with rules on music content, local production and licence renewals.

Published today by RadioCentre, a new report titled ...

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