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Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral evidence ongoing.
The Welsh Affairs Committee will hold an inquiry into the future of broadcasting in Wales, with oral evidence sessions beginning in November. The Committee will examine the implications of further efficiency savings on broadcasting in Wales; the suitability of current broadcasting governance and accountability arrangements in Wales; the cultural importance of English and Welsh language broadcasting; the economic impact of broadcasting in Wales; the implications of a reduction of English language programming output and whether funding for Welsh language broadcasting should be ring-fenced.
Evidence given by Professor Tom O'Malley, Emeritus Professor of Media Studies Aberystwyth University; Glyn Mathias, and Aled Eirug, Ofcom Advisory Board for Wales (at 4.45pm).
Evidence given by Rhodri Williams, Director, Ofcom Wales, and Peter Davies, Director of Content Policy, Ofcom; Angela Graham, Chair, and Hywel Wiliam, Member, Media Policy Group, Institute of Welsh Affairs (at 4.35pm); Sian Powell, Lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, and Dyfrig Jones, Lecturer, School of Creative Studies and Media, Bangor University (at 5.20pm).
Iestyn Garlick, Chair of Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru (Welsh Independent Producers) and Antena ProductionsGareth Williams, Rondo MediaDylan Huws, Cwmni DaNia Thomas, Boom Cymru
Welsh Affairs Committee takes evidence from media companies in Caernarfon