Channel Island profile

Waterfront in Jersey Broadcasting regulation is overseen by Britain's Office of Communications (Ofcom)

Channel TV, a commercial station, and the BBC carry TV news tailored for the islands. The UK's national radio and TV networks are carried via local relays.

There are BBC and private local radio stations on Jersey and Guernsey.

Radio and TV licensing and regulation is overseen by the UK's Office of Communications (Ofcom). Locally-published dailies are available, alongside UK national titles.

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