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Ministers from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have joined forces to ensure their administrations are given a formal role in agreeing the new BBC charter.
Ministers from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have united in a pledge to ensure the interests of all three devolved administrations are central to the UK Governments work to determine the future of the BBC.
Thanks to a blinkered and self-serving management, the corporation is now under siege from neoliberals intent on reducing both its remit and its competition with the commercial channels.
Consultation sets out issues to make sure BBC remains a valued public broadcaster - 12 weeks for public and industry to feed in views.
Latvian Culture Minister Dace Melbarde: "I agree that monitoring public media and commercial media should be separated. Should it be done by politicians and the church? To be honest, I will refrain from saying that it would be right, as I believe that this could lead to a great risk of censorship," Melbarde said.
According to radio.no, beginning in January 2017 Norway will shut down FM radio, nationally. The Norwegian Ministry of Culture has already put in place legislation to decide the shift, making Norway the first country to do away with FM radio entirely.