Digital Britain Reports

For the last week I’ve been occupied with a new blog which tracks news coverage in the lead up to publication of Lord Carter’s final Digital Britain report. The report will be published on Tuesday 16th June and announced in Parliament by the new Minister, Ben Bradshaw, in the afternoon.

On Wednesday 17th Lord Carter will present his recommendations in Birmingham at the International Conference Centre and at an Unconference event with liveblogging at Fazeley Studios in Digbeth. I’ll be there.

Digital Britain Reports

A week of blog posts

June 9th to 12th

Final report publication details

Mobile broadband: 1Mbs average

Times: Lord Carter to quit government

French anti-filesharing law overturned

Welcome, Tim Berners-Lee 🙂

Digital Entertainment Survey

Broadband: how fast, how much, who pays?

Unions fear job losses, blame downloading

Bradshaw trails video games announcement

Commons Digital Britain questions

June 5th to 8th

Channel 4 to put back catalogue online

BT: 93% population can get 2Mbps coverage from upgrade

High cost of copyright: 6 million days

Carphone Warehouse chief: idea ISPs can stop illegal downloading “naïve”

‘No need for network neutrality’

BBC may be forced to share licence fee with ITV

Pact lobbies for retained IP in publicly funded content

Bandwidth Wars Are Back As BBC Protests BT iPlayer Throttling

Ben Bradshaw to replace Andy Burnham as culture secretary

UK Film Industry Calls for Broadband Speed Restrictions on Illegal Users

Web pirates placed in ’slow lane’

Phone firms to meet Carter in bid to salvage broadband deal

Media execs lobby Carter

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