The licence that is required1 in respect of a television licensable content service2 is a licence granted under Part I of the Broadcasting Act 19903 on an application duly made4.
An application for a licence to provide a television licensable content service must: (1) be made in such manner; (2) contain such information about the applicant, his business and the service he proposes to provide; and (3) be accompanied by such fee (if any), as Ofcom5 may determine6.
The provision of more than one television licensable content service will require a separate licence under Part I of the Broadcasting Act 1990
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