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As is traditional, the event starts with a word from a very senior BBC person.Clare Sumner is Director, Policy. She has to think about areas of strategic importance to the BBC, its relationship with Government and with Ofcom.
Her role is also to think about the future of the BBC and ask if it is keeping up with changes.
Before coming to the BBC, Clare worked at a senior level within the Civil Service.
TalkTalk has failed to improve its standing on customer complaints in Ofcom's annual survey - the broadband provider has come bottom of the table for the third year running.
Its customers were most likely to be unhappy with the outcome of complaints.
A spokeswoman for TalkTalk said the data showed an "improving trend" on the number of complaints.
Broadband and landline customers will receive compensation automatically when experiencing issues with their providers from today.
Sharon White, Ofcom boss, told BBC Breakfast that under the new rules, households who suffer from delays to installation or repairs, as well as missed appointments, will get £5 deducted from their bill for each day of disruption.
Until now, only one in seven customers have received financial compensation.