The new House of Commons media committee has announced an inquiry into plans to switch off analogue terrestrial transmitters between 2008 and 2012.
The new select committee, under Tory chairman John Whittingdale, said it was interested in receiving evidence on:
Nine new members have joined the 11-strong committee since the general election.
After his election as chairman, Whittingdale—who replaces veteran Labour MP Gerald Kaufman—said scrutinising the Government's policies on digital switchover would be an area of focus for the committee.
Full membership of the new culture, media and sport select committee:
Chairman: John Whittingdale OBE MP (Con, Maldon and East Chelmsford)
Members: Janet Anderson MP (Lab, Rossendale and Darwen); Nigel Evans MP (Con, Ribble Valley); Paul Farrelly MP (Lab, Newcastle-under-Lyme); Mike Hall MP (Lab, Weaver Vale); Alan Keen MP (Lab, Feltham and Heston); Rosemary McKenna MP (Lab, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East); Adam Price MP (Plaid Cymru, Carmarthen East and Dinefwr); Adrian Sanders MP (Lib Dem, Torbay); Helen Southworth MP (Lab, Warrington South); Tim Yeo MP (Con, South Suffolk).
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