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The Inquiry is chaired by Lord Puttnam and has two supporting bodies: an Advisory Committee , that will provide guidance on how best to frame and then to realise the remit of the Inquiry, and a separate Broadcast Panel, composed of leading industry voices.

The inquiry is led by Professor Des Freedman and Professor James Curran. It is staffed by a secretariat based at Goldsmiths, University of London.

The findings of the Inquiry will be published end of June 2016, coordinated by researchers at Goldsmiths, that will feature:

  • a comprehensive overview of the changing television environment
  • individual submissions from key participants on specific themes
  • selected interventions commissioned from academics and researchers
  • focussed discussions of key themes drawn from inquiry events
  • a series of recommendations on how best to secure public service television in the UK.