Government to consider selling off Channel 4 while clamping down on streaming services

Government to consider selling off Channel 4 while clamping down on streaming services
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The government is to review the ownership model and remit of Channel 4, opening up the broadcaster to the possibility of being privatised as soon as next year.

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