In this event, we recommend that consideration be given to sharing the licence fee in support of increasing public service content in Wales without involving the BBC in S4C governance arrangements, as well as to a reduction in the level of the licence fee and alternative funding for S4C.
What does PSC stand for?
PSC stands for Public Service Content
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Protein Sciences Corporation (Meriden, CT)
- Provisioning Schedule Code
- Proxy Signaling Client
- Psè Poštovní Smìrovací Èíslo (Czech: Post Identification Number)
- Psychological Services Center
- Public Safety Canada
- Public Sector Committee
- Public Sector Company
- Public Sector Comparator
- Public Service Commission
- Publication Status Code
- Publishing Software Company (UK)
- Purchase Selection Criteria
- Pure Savage Conspiracy (Quake 2 gaming clan)
- Social Center Party (Morocco)
- Palmerston Senior College Special Education Centre (Australia)
- Professional Security Consultants - International
- Planning Section Chief Type 1 (wildfires)
- Planning Section Chief Type 2 (wildfires)
- Pacific Street Car Association
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In this latest chapter of the controversy surrounding the future of S4C, the MPs will suggest the licence fee could be used to support public service content in Wales with no involvement of the BBC in the running of S4C.
The end result will be a BBC that focuses on its two main obligations to the public -- to provide distinctive public service content and to use their money wisely," he said.
They would have swiftly rejected the kind of regulatory strings that might be attached to a requirement to produce so-called public service content.
The report provisionally concluded the BBC should remain the "cornerstone" of public service content and its core programme and services budget should be secure.
We'll talk about classified strategies another time, but right now we want to direct your attention to the thing we're afraid is getting overlooked -- the news and public service content of your web site.
They can subscribe to pay-per-listen for an individual event or concert, opt into programming that is underwritten by advertisements and therefore potentially available for free to listeners, or choose free localized or public service content.
Above all, will it spend licence fee-payers' money on quality public service content that they want to see?