On 4 March, the House of Lords Communications Committee will hold an evidence session to question Dame Colette Bowe, the outgoing Chair of Ofcom.
Ms. Bowe was appointed Ofcom Chair in March 2009. In July 2013 she announced that she would step down in March 2014, the end of her five year term.
The Committee will invite Dame Colette Bowe to reflect on the changes in the communications sector during her period as Chair, and explore the implications of these changes for regulation, Ofcom and its independence, and media policy as a whole.
The evidence session can be viewed here.
The LSE Media Policy Project’s February 2014 interview with Ms. Bowe can be found here.