preparing for the digital future: Ofcom’s experimental site

Just catching up on Ofcom’s proposals for stage two of the PSB review and noticed, apart from the proposals themselves, this “experimental” page where you can leave your comments alongside the proposals.  There are other ways too of responding formally.  But I’ll be interested to see who leaves comments here and how many.  There are lots of things we do at the BBC which could also benefit from this kind of approach to guage the views of our viewers and listeners in more informal ways.

On this experimental site we encourage you to leave informal comments alongside the Executive Summary of Ofcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review – Phase Two: preparing for the digital future, published on 25 September 2008.

Alternatively, you can download the full consultation document, and/or respond formally to the consultation (closing date 4 December 2008). You can also follow the debate on the PSB Review blog.

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2 responses to “preparing for the digital future: Ofcom’s experimental site

  1. Ofcom’s already done a couple of consultations in this style so you can see how they’ve orked – fair to say they’ve not been as well promoted as the Phase 2 PSB one launched today.

    http://comment.ofcom.org.uk/msa_summary/
    http://ofcompsbreview.typepad.com/summary/

  2. Thanks Tom, will take a look at all three. Congrats too on your new role. Am sure everyone at Arup would be proud you are up and building the digital infrastructure of participation. As are many others!

    http://www.tomski.com/2008/09/beginning_again_with_4ip.shtml

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