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16th October, 2013

Why regulation is good for broadcast journalism with Ed Richards (Ofcom)

Event Details

Date:
16th October, 2013
Time:
6pm for a 6.30pm start; refreshments 7.30pm
Venue:
Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB
Price:
Free but booking required

The Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism welcomes Ed Richards, Ofcom’s Chief Executive, to give a lecture on why regulation is good for broadcast journalism.

Ed Richards is the Chief Executive of Ofcom, appointed in October 2006. Previously Ed was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for Strategy, Market Research, Finance, HR and other functions.

Strategy responsibilities included Ofcom’s strategic thinking on the communications sector and covering economic issues and consumer policy.

Ed was previously Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister (Tony Blair) for Media, telecoms, the internet and e-govt and Controller of Corporate Strategy at the BBC.

He has also worked in consulting at London Economics Ltd, for Gordon Brown MP, for the N.C.U. and began his career as a researcher with Diverse Production Ltd where he worked on programmes for Channel 4.

Ed is currently a Director of Thames Water Utilities Limited, a Director of Donmar Warehouse, a Governor of The London School of Economics & Political Science.

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