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The Broadcasting Act 1990 contains probably the most important reforms of British broadcasting since commercial television was established in 1955. Its far-reaching provisions will need to be known by not only lawyers but also advertisers and those in the audio-visual media.;""Broadcasting - The New Law"" provides an essential guide to the new broadcasting framework, its implications, and the impact of European developments on the structure of the new legislation. It explains the effects of the provisions of the Act and considers whether they threaten the principles not only of public service broadcasting but also free and universal access. Also discussed is the ITC role in analyzing programme quality and the overseeing of programme standards by the separate Broadcasting Standards Council.