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Broadcasters start moving licences away from the UK

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Anticipating Brexit, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN), 21st Century Fox, and Viceland have started moving their broadcast licenses from the UK.

Viacom International Media Networks has obtained licences in The Netherlands for its bouquet of channels aimed at France, MTV (France), MTV Hits (France), Paramount Channel (France), BET (France), Nickelodeon (France), Nickelodeon Junior (France) and Nickelodeon Teen (France).

21st Century Fox has decided to license National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild in Spain, as well as the Dutch language versions of Fox and National Geographic Channel intended for Flanders, the Dutch speaking part of Belgium.

Viceland is now using a Dutch licence for its Dutch and Belgian (Dutch language) channels.

At the moment, more than 750 channels based in Britain and licenced by media regulator Ofcom can currently broadcast throughout the European Union without restriction because Britain is part of the EU’s single market.

Discovery, Disney, the Modern Times Group, Turner Broadcasting, 21st Century Fox, and Viacom are among the channel providers with bases in Britain. Many of them are believed to follow suit.



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