UK: Communications watch-dog releases detailed analysis of gambling advertising on TV

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In a wide-ranging and extremely detailed report, OFCOM, the UK’s communications regulator, has released results of it analysis of gambling advertisements on television.

Some of the statistics clearly demonstrate the increased profile of gambling on television, through advertising – an issue repeatedly referenced by certain aspects of the media in sustained criticism of the sector.

Read the OFCOM report here.

Topics:  Gambling, Telecommunications, UK

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