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Businesses to pay extra for new broadcasting charge

Business owners, particularly those in the hotel and pub industries, can expect to pay extra for a new broadcasting charge that will replace the TV licence fee.

29th December, 2013

Business owners, particularly those in the hotel and pub industries, can expect to pay extra for a new broadcasting charge that will replace the TV licence fee.

The new charge will take the form of a tax which is ''device-independent'', and is not specifically for TV sets, but for numerous kinds of devices - such as smartphones, tablets and laptops - that can broadcast public service content. The charge to be levied will not exceed...

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