The Federation of Entertainment Unions
In association with the Performers Alliance Parliamentary Group, NUJ Parliamentary Group, and the BECTU Parliamentary Panel
A public meeting
Public Service Broadcasting and the OfCOM review
UK performers, writers, broadcasters and journalists at the crossroads.
Mark Thompson – Director General – BBC
Tony Robinson – actor and writer
Jeremy Dear – General Secretary – NUJ
Prof. Stewart Purvis - OfCOM
Horace Trubridge - Musicians Union Assistant General Secretary
Tony Lennon - President - BECTU
Carole Tongue - former MEP, Chair, UK Coalition for Cultural Diversity
Prof. Jean Seaton - Professor of Media History and the Official Historian of the BBC
Prof. Patrick Barwise - Emeritus Professor of Management and Marketing, London Business School
Chair: Neil Gerrard MP – Secretary, Performers Alliance
Places are limited. Please book now through this site.
Tuesday 21st October, 10am
Committee Room 14, The Palace of Westminster, SW1A 0AA
Entrance – St Stephens Entrance.
The St Stephen's Entrance is located in the main building of the Palace of Westminster. When you arrive you will need to go through security, so we ask that you arrive ten minutes early. Upon entering the building stewards will help direct you to the Boothroyd Room, which is situated on the first floor Committe Corridor. (This meeting venue is subject to change at short notice as committee rooms are in high demand. If there should be such a last-minute change in venue, it will be posted on the website and e-mailed to all registered attendees).
When & Where
Federation of Entertainment Unions
This event is being organised by the Federation of Entertainment Unions. The FEU acts as trade union co-ordinating and campaigning organisation representing the members of BECTU, Equity, The Musicians Union, National Union of Journalists (NUJ), Professional Footballers Association, The Writers Guild and Unite - over 130,000 workers in one of the UK's largest - and fastest growing - sectors.