On 29/03/07, Brian Butterworth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 3G technical trial. 12 months long.

> it's public service,  as Brian says. Nowt to do with BBC Worldwide.
> we don't have regulatory permission to broadcast BBC TV 24/7
> live on the open net until iPlayer public value test has been
> approved by the BBC Trust (assuming they do indeed approve this).

You don't have permission to carry adverts on BBC Worldwide service either,
but that hasn't stopped this has it?


That's not broadcast live, is it. Which is what the must carry
provision covers. Which I suspect you knew already. Sometimes I do
wonder why we bother.
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