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20 November 2015
TV Licensing reminds over 75s to claim free TV Licence
Anyone aged 75 or over is granted a free TV Licence for their main address and over 4 million1 people across the UK already enjoy the benefits of the concession.
02 November 2015
TV Licensing calls for end to attack on officers
Attacks on TV Licensing enquiry officers have more than doubled in the last year. In the last financial year, 89 enquiry officers were victims of physical assaults by members of the public. This is up from 37 in the previous year and included several instances in which staff were admitted to hospital.
26 October 2015
TV Licensing Over 26,000 unlicensed 18-25 year olds caught across the UK
With 75 per cent of first year undergraduates aged 25 and under2, TV Licensing is reminding freshers that they could face prosecution and a fine of up to £1,000 if they are caught watching live TV, on any device, without a TV Licence.
22 October 2015
Freshers find friendship through love for TV
Whether they are Strictly super-fans, or hooked on the latest gossip from TOWIE, over 70 per cent of current university students said they found common ground by striking up conversation about the programmes they love. Students need to be covered by a licence to watch or record TV as its being broadcast, however they are watching, whether on laptops, phones or any other device.
16 September 2015
TV Licensing reveals 30% of employees want to watch the World Cup in work
Rugby fans around the UK are set to enjoy the excitement of the World Cup playing out live on their TVs, laptops, tablets and smartphones later this month, but some may have to take leave from work to keep their bosses happy.
31 August 2015
TV Licensing launches student radio trails
TV Licensing is targeting students’ parents with its new radio trails, launched this week.
17 August 2015
TV Licensing: Ensure your home is licensed if you are thinking of joining the ‘hosting’ revolution
With increasing numbers of travellers turning to hosting sites such as Airbnb, Flipkey and One Fine Stay, TV Licensing is appealing to hosts and would-be hosts in across the UK to make sure they are correctly licensed before welcoming guests to their property over the August Bank Holiday.
17 August 2015
Students need to catch-up with live TV rules
Almost 60 per cent of current university students are unsure about TV terminology which has evolved in recent years to describe advancements in technology and TV viewing habits, including streaming, downloading, on demand and recording.
13 August 2015
TV Licensing: Unlicensed landlords face a red card and up to to £1,000 fine
Any pub, club or sporting venue which shows live television must have a valid TV Licence. Pubs without a valid licence are breaking the law and run the risk of a court prosecution and fine of up to £1,000 per offence plus costs.
13 August 2015
TV Licensing and the Canal & River Trust urge would-be houseboat owners to count the costs when leaving land behind
By law, residential boat owners who are watching or recording TV programmes at the same time as they are shown on TV need to be licensed. This is true no matter what device is used, how the programmes are received, or whether the boat is cruising or moored.

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