The Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF) has launched an online e-activism campaign to update readers on the latest debates and consultations on the future of public service broadcasting.

The campaign will run on the CPBF website. Users can sign up to receive regular email alerts from the campaign and will have the opportunity to put forward their own views.

OFCOM recently published its phase two report on public service broadcasting, which suggested far-reaching plans for the future of the BBC and the introduction of a new multi-platform public service publisher.

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