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The Broadcasting Committee

Terms of Reference of the Broadcasting Committee:

  • To make appropriate contributions to the policy debates of the audio-visual communities of both the United Kingdom and Ireland;
  • To carry out the work of liaison with professional broadcasters and broadcast executives;
  • To stimulate the interest of the members of the Church of Ireland in broadcast issues and debates.