We've become aware of a new TV Licensing threatogram doing the rounds.
It is very similar to the much criticised "WHATEVER YOU'RE WATCHING" threatogram, but the heading of the original version has been replaced with slightly more accurate and less aggressive text.
The original version contained the downright dishonest heading: "WHATEVER YOU'RE WATCHING, HOWEVER YOU'RE WATCHING IT, YOUR HOME NEEDS A TV LICENCE". The revised version has the heading: "Whenever and however you watch or record live TV, your home needs a licence".
The body text in both letters is identical.
It is interesting from our point of view that TV Licensing appears to have altered the heading in response to public criticism.
Ordinarily TV Licensing doesn't give much consideration to public opinion, so why has it responded differently in this case?