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Old 21-04-2024, 08:38   #1111
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RUMOUR: Talk TV may close next week.

TV Zone is reporting that Talk TV will move out of its TV studios for its daytime programming on Friday 26th April, and the channel is expected to cease as a linear channel on Tuesday 30th April.

https://www.tvzoneuk.com/post/talktv-closuredate-ann1
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Ofcom looks set to act on GB News lack of impartiality.

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Ofcom has said it is considering a statutory sanction against GB News, after the channel was found to have broken due impartiality rules.

The broadcast regulator announced in February it was investigating a Q&A session which saw Prime Minister Rishi Sunak take questions from the public.

Ofcom had "no issue with this programme's editorial format in principle", it said in its ruling.

"It was incumbent on GB News, however, given the major matters under discussion, to ensure that an appropriately wide range of significant views was given due weight in the programme or in other clearly linked and timely programmes."

The regulator noted the Labour Party's positions and views were not included, and nor was there a reference to any future programme where they would be.

Ofcom concluded: "We found that an appropriately wide range of significant viewpoints was not presented and given due weight in this case.

"As a result, Rishi Sunak had a mostly uncontested platform to promote the policies and performance of his government in a period preceding a UK general election."
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