Whittingdale: BBC licence fee will remain until everyone has access to high-speed broadband
Culture minister again raised the idea of turning the BBC into a subscription service
John Whittingdale: Scrapping licence fee is “politically impossible”
Prime Minister reportedly favours "reform rather than revolution"
Making the BBC a subscription service would be “hugely positive” for UK media industry
Government said to be planning to push the BBC to a subscription model
BBC chairman: “A degree of reality” needed in licence fee conversation
Broadcaster "would not be the BBC that the nation knows and values" with a subscription model
DCMS launches consultation over licence fee evasion
Culture Secretary warns of BBC "ending up like Blockbuster"
BBC chairman dismisses Netflix-style subscription model
Sir David Clementi criticises "linear regulation in a digital age"
Ireland drops TV licence for new ‘broadcasting charge’
Charge will apply to all households who use tablets, laptops and other devices to watch content
European licence fees ‘have never been better value’
EBU releases annual Licence Fee report
“New beginning” as Swiss vote to retain licence fee
Overwhelming 71 per cent of public choose to continue paying annual charge
BBC salary reveals ‘not in the interests’ of licence fee payers
Revealing the salaries of its highest-paid stars would not be in the interest of licence fee payers, according to BBC content and sport director...News
Non-licence payers to lose 4,000 hours of BBC content
Households not holding a TV licence will lose out on 4,000 hour of BBC iPlayer content when payment for the service becomes mandatory on...News
BBC to fund provision of free television licences for over-75s
The UK government has reached an agreement with the BBC that it will take on the cost of providing free television licences for over-75s.Business