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Public service broadcasters criticised over online activities

The escalating clash between newspapers and public service broadcasters over control of the online news space moved to Brussels last week.

27th November, 2010

The escalating clash between newspapers and public service broadcasters over control of the online news space moved to Brussels last week.

The European Newspaper Publishers’ Association (ENPA), of which The Sunday Business Post is a member, called for the remit of broadcasters benefiting from state aid to be strictly enforced.

The group said more should be done to ensure that the huge investment of publishers in developing online services was not undermined by the...

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