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05 March 2018
300,000 can renew and save £3.50 off licence fee
More than 300,000 households could save money by renewing their TV Licence on time by 31 March, TV Licensing has announced today.
12 February 2018
Too busy to watch TV? – TV Licensing asks businesses to get in touch if they don’t need a licence
New research from TV Licensing has revealed some businesses are ‘too busy for TV’ so don’t require a TV licence.
08 February 2018
TV Licence evasion much lower than people think
Around 94 per cent of homes are correctly licensed, meaning evasion is at a low level of around six per cent and has been around this level for the last five years. There are many ways to pay for your licence and TV Licensing make every effort to help people pay.
08 February 2018
Winter Olympics TV Licensing reminder for sports fans
Sports fans around the UK are set to enjoy a feast of Winter sport playing out live on their portable devices, as the Winter Olympics kick off next month in South Korea. TV Licensing is asking those viewing the live action to ensure they are correctly licensed ahead of an exciting season of sport on TV.
07 December 2017
Watching live TV goes social – will you be covered?
New report shows more than a quarter of us expect to regularly watch TV on Facebook and Twitter in ten years’ time.
15 August 2017
Students going mobile as they leave TV sets behind
A change to the law last September means students are now more likely to need a TV Licence to watch on mobile devices. A TV Licence is needed for watching and recording live television, and since September, watching or downloading BBC programmes on iPlayer. This applies to laptops, mobiles or any other equipment.
25 July 2017
Working beyond 9 to 5: half of all TV Licensing evaders caught out of hours
Half of all TV Licensing evaders are caught in the early morning, evening and at weekends, according to new figures released today.
12 July 2017
Students - claim your TV Licence refund
As students pack up and move home for the summer, TV Licensing is reminding students they may be entitled to extra holiday spending money in the form of a TV Licence refund.
30 June 2017
Colour TV turns 50 – but 8,000 still view the world in black and white
The TV Licensing B&W Index 1, published today, shows large urban areas hold the majority of black and white TV Licences, with more than 1,500 homes in London watching in black and white, followed by 377 in Birmingham and 276 in Manchester
26 May 2017
New changes mean Amazon users could now need a TV Licence
Subscribers to Amazon’s Prime Video service will need to be covered by a TV Licence if they choose to pay for watching live TV services now offered by the entertainment platform.

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