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The report interprets corporate responsibility in the context of the broadcasting industry & identifies issues on air, online and behind the scenes
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ITV plc has published its 2007 Corporate Responsibility Report: 'Airing the Issues', available at www.itvplc.com/itv/responsibility.
The report interprets corporate responsibility in the context of the broadcasting industry and identifies issues on air, online and behind the scenes, answering questions such as:
What proportion of people on screen are from ethnic minorities?
Which has a greater carbon footprint – filming on location or studio production?
Who checks the content of adverts on ITV?
What percentage of viewers think that soaps and dramas raise important environmental and social issues?
For the answers to these questions and many other broadcasting CR issues please download the report at the web link above. Further information on ITV plc’s CR activities can also be found on this website. Requests for hard copies of the report can be made by emailing email@example.com.
ITV plc is the leading UK media company, owning all the regional Channel 3 licences in England and Wales. ITV also owns free-to-air digital channels ITV2, ITV2+1, ITV3, ITV3+1, ITV4, Citv and Men & Motors. ITV is available on every major platform including broadcast TV, online and mobile. The Company’s production arm (ITV Productions) is the biggest commercial television production company in the UK and one of Europe’s largest programme distributors.
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