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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
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.
08 February 2018
TV Licence evasion much lower than people think
Some TV viewers incorrectly believe the level of TV licence evasion to be over 50 per cent, according to recent research with licence payers.
05 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.
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.
09 November 2017
Volunteer your friendship this winter: Join TV Licensing and Volunteering Matters for a weekly telly appointment
As winter approaches, TV Licensing and Volunteering Matters are encouraging people to volunteer their time by joining a social group, mentor programme, or sparing an hour each week to form a friendship over a shared interest.
09 October 2017
TV Licensing: Over 33,000 young people caught across the UK
More than 33,000 young people between the ages of 18 and 25 were caught watching live TV or BBC programmes on iPlayer without a TV Licence in the past year, according to new figures released today by TV Licensing.
19 September 2017
TV Licensing: Check your details online to make sure your licence isn’t at the wrong address
When the cost of the Licence Fee was fixed at £145.50 in 2011, TV Licensing wrote to Direct Debit customers letting them know their licence would be automatically renewed and they would not receive any contact from TV Licensing as long as they kept up their payments.
29 August 2017
TV Licensing launch radio trails aimed at students
TV Licensing has launched new radio trails on BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2 and the Asian Network). The trails are part of a campaign encouraging students to make sure they are covered by a TV Licence in their student accommodation if they plan to watch or record live TV or watch or download BBC programmes on iPlayer.
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.

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