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Licence Fee Survey for the BBC Trust
10 September 2009
An Ipsos MORI poll carried out on behalf of the BBC shows that the public favours reducing the licence fee rather then funding regional news on other channels.
IT Journalists sceptical about Government's digital plans
9 November 2001
MORI's latest survey of IT journalists 1 casts doubt on the Government's ability to put Britain on the digital map. The majority reject the notion that Britain is a leading digital player and are sceptical that the government will be able to meet its plans in this area.
Public Embrace the Digital Age
Despite media scepticism, the British public are eagerly embracing the arrival of digital television. One in ten people expect to be among the first to get a digital receiver and a further one in five have decided to get one in six to twelve months' time. These findings come from research conducted this summer for the Consumer Electronic Access Study, a comprehensive project examining demand for home electronic access applications, a joint venture between MORI and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
MORI Finds BBC Public Consultation "Not A Reliable Guide To Public Opinion"
28 February 2001
A MORI report commissioned by major UK commercial broadcasters has shown today that the BBC's public consultation on its proposed new digital services is "clearly not representative of the public in any meaningful sense and cannot be considered a reliable measurement of public opinion."