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26 September 2019
Unmissable TV moments like Eurovision, Love Island and the Women's World Cup unite 18-24 year-olds
Unmissable live TV events are the most watched linear TV programmes by 18-24 year-olds throughout the UK and may hold the key to building lasting friendships, latest figures released by TV Licensing reveal.
20 September 2019
TV Licensing urges pubs to avoid a Rugby World Cup penalty
As the Rugby World cup kicks off in Japan, TV Licensing is advising all publicans to avoid a penalty and check they are correctly covered by a TV licence if they plan to show live matches.
10 June 2019
Over 75s need not take immediate action, says TV Licensing
TV Licensing customers over 75 will remain covered by a free TV licence until 31 May 2020.
03 May 2019
Students reminded to claim their TV Licence refund
Students moving home for the summer are being reminded by TV Licensing that they could be entitled to £50 in the form of a refund.
01 March 2019
Up to 300,000 can renew and save £4.00 off licence fee
Up to 300,000 households could save money by renewing their TV Licence promptly by 31 March 2019.
29 January 2019
Pub landlord reminder to avoid TV Licence penalty during Six Nations tournament
With rugby’s Six Nations Championship kicking off on 1st February, TV Licensing together with the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) is advising all pub landlords and managers across the home nations to check they are covered by a TV licence if they plan to show the contest.
08 January 2019
New year TV Licensing reminder for gyms
Any gym or leisure centre that allows customers, staff or visitors to watch live TV programmes on any channel, or download or watch BBC iPlayer whilst they exercise, must be covered by a TV licence.
12 December 2018
Question Time, Doctor Who and Eurovision top list of most tweeted BBC shows reveals TV Licensing
Question Time (1), The Andrew Marr Show (2) and Doctor Who (3) are the most tweeted about BBC TV shows of 2018, TV Licensing has revealed.
08 November 2018
New UK figures for black and white licences
New figures released today by TV Licensing show that after more than 50 years of colour transmissions, over 7000 black and white TV Licences are still in force across the UK, although numbers are steadily declining.
10 October 2018
TV Licensing: over 26,000 young people caught across the UK
More than 26,000 young people between the ages of 18 and 25 were caught watching live TV or BBC iPlayer without a TV Licence in the past year, according to new figures released today by TV Licensing.

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