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Re: Television. Taxation or license Thank you for your interest. I have not found how to add to the thread and as I believe my suggestion below should be read before any editing takes place, I will include it with this gesture of gratitude. I agree with “…approximately 25 million”. With the figures changing so much and often a couple of years out of date, a reasonable estimate is the only way to go. Whilst considering those figures, it is also worth remembering which organisation supplies them and their motive.... As far as “….households receiving TV broadcasts”, may I suggest the addition of a most important key word for emphasis in this way: “households receiving live TV broadcasts” ? My reasons are: With so much use being made of the online (catch-up) services, for which no licence is needed, an (unlicensed) householder may legally use their TV as a monitor to watch that streaming. Having to purchase a licence simply for having a TV or computer, has been a myth which has proven difficult to correct. There is an element who benefit from that misconception. There has been much mischief-making with replies to those asking whether they must buy the license when they do not watch live-broadcast, but wish to retain a TV set. Adding the word ‘live’ makes the description so much clearer and certainly reflecting the law. Many thanks for giving this your attention. I understand one broadcasting company is very protective of the myth I have referred to, so It will be interesting to see how long any corrections survive! Obrigado. Best regards, Cicero&co (talk) 12:45, 11 December 2012 (UTC)


Hello, Cicero&co! Hope everything is fine with you. I am glad to be able to contribute to Wikipedia, and while browsing I found your input extremely relevant. I totally agree with your point about the 'live' factor, many people do not purchase a license and end up mainly watching recorded programs or signing up to providers like Netflix, for example. As of today, Nick Cooper made an additional comment saying "It should be noted that the number of licences issued is for all premises, not just domestic households, i.e. it covers retail premises, educational institutions, offices, etc", I don't know if you saw it. With all that, what do you think about changing the sentence in the article to: "(...)is funded by an annual television license paid by households receiving live TV broadcasts. Currently, it is estimated that approximately 26.8 million UK private domestic households own televisions, with approximately 25 million TV licenses in all premises in force as of 2010."

Let me know what you think! :) Cheers, Zalunardo8 (talk) 14:39, 12 December 2012 (UTC)

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Export hell seidel steiner.png Thank you very much for your efforts with correcting ‘Television. Taxation or license’.

As well as your impressive linguistic skills; the balanced, pragmatic approach you apply has made the process a pleasure.

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