Media and communications

With Whitehouse support, the All-Party Parliamentary Media Group is well established as the main forum in Parliament today for the discussion of public policy and regulation relating to the media. The Group today is supported by BBC, BT, ITV, Channel 4, Time Warner, Guardian Media, Telegraph Media, Arqiva and Global Radio Group. Our unrivalled experience gives us unique expertise to advise national and global broadcasters on their strategies for engagement with Government and its agencies as well as Parliament, key stakeholders, and the institutions of the European Union.

We handle stakeholder engagement, provide monitoring services, and deliver improved dialogue between clients and regulators in the sector. We have excellent links with Ofcom, with the Westminster Media Forum, with Government Departments and with a wide range of influential think tanks. We have worked with clients as varied as the BBC, BT, UKTV, Time Warner, and Channel 4 to raise their profiles and help deliver their strategic objectives.

From research and intelligence gathering through to major strategies to influence national broadcasting, communications legislation and European television regulations, our team is well placed to help.

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For media enquiries, please contact Chris Rogers on 020 7793 2536 / 07720 054189, or email Chris.Rogers@whitehouseconsulting.co.uk.

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