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Latest press releases

TV Licensing reminds hotel owners to 'Make sure you're licensed for 2017'
Tue Dec 27 2016
According to the latest industry figures, the UK tourism industry is set to grow further after a bumper year of visits. In 2015/16, tourism brought in £22 billion to the UK economy, with 36.1 million overseas visitors to the UK – up 5% on 2014.
TV Licensing reminds over 75s to claim free TV Licence
Tue Nov 15 2016
As winter approaches, TV Licensing and Age UK are reminding those reaching this landmark birthday in the next 12 months, that they are entitled to claim a free TV Licence. Budgeting can become more challenging as you get older and so TV Licensing has made it easier than ever to apply for the free over 75 licence.
TV Licensing survey reveals over 100 names for the TV remote, with viewers wielding the ‘Panic Button’, ‘Fat Enhancer’ and ‘Ronnie Remote’
Wed Sept 25 2016
The top moniker for remote control is simply ‘Remote’, with ‘Doofer’ or ‘Doofah’ in second place and ‘Zapper’ in third place. The survey also shows a marked increase in slang used across the country, with more than 100 regional variations identified.