10 months ago

My Thoughts on The Trusted News Initiative

Have you heard of the Trusted News Initiative? Have you seen much about it? I have barely heard a peep, but it's the whole reason why your TV news only delivers a fraction of the real story behind the pandemic and other issues too. I'm speaking to you as an individual who has worked in newsrooms for 20 years, ex Global BC Control Room Director.

OfCom is the abbreviation for The Office of Communications: the government-approved regulatory and competition authority for the broadcasting, telecommunications and postal industries of the United Kingdom.


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