Ofcom1 must do all that it can to secure the provision of a television broadcasting service2 for any such minimum area of the United Kingdom as it may determine, and any such service is to be known as Channel 53. In determining the minimum area of the United Kingdom for which Channel 5 is to be provided, Ofcom must have regard to the consideration that the service should, so far as is reasonably practicable, make the most effective use of the frequencies4 on which it is to be provided5. Where Ofcom has granted a licence to provide Channel 5,
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