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Friday, 19 December 2014

TV Licensing Laid Bare: New Edition Coming Soon for 2015

A small TV Licensing Blog housekeeping announcement: The latest edition of our free ebook, TV Licensing Laid Bare, will be published on 1st January 2015.

The 2015 edition, which has been proofread and approved by our noble colleague TheJesusofKayaking (the BBC's most favourite kayaking enthusiast in the whole wide world), contains more than 60 pages jam packed with advice about what the licence fee is, how it works and how it is enforced.

Don't forget to snap up your copy on 1st January 2015. It's totally free and there's no catch at all. We just hope you find reading it as enjoyable as we did writing it!


Anonymous said...

Looking forward to tweeting the link to my folowers on twitter (not many of them, but every little helps!)

Knowledge is powerful - the information in your current ebook opened my eyes and put my mind at rest with regard to my legally licence free situation. Good stuff.

Admin said...

Hopefully the new version will meet your expectations.

Thanks for your continued support and very best wishes of the season to you.