CPBF

AcronymDefinition
CPBFCampaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (UK)
CPBFCoopérative de la Banque de France (French: Cooperative Bank of France)
CPBFCanadian Professional Boxing Federation
CPBFCommercial Plant Biotechnology Facility (International Space Station)
CPBFCore Promoter Binding Factor
CPBFCross Platform BSP (Bulk Synchronous Parallel) Framework (computer modeling)
CPBFCapillary Pancreatic Blood Flow
CPBFChoroid Plexus Blood Flow
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Make no mistake: Ofcom as currently set up is not entirely satisfactory (the CPBF believes there needs to be a reformulation of it statutory duty to regulate on behalf of citizens, rather than the current hybrid consumer/citizen remit).
In these changing times, the left in politics should join forces with the CPBF and the broadcasting/print unions and campaign to resist this move for deregulation.
The CPBF warns, "By ignoring widespread public concern and removing all rules barring foreign ownership of U.K.
Two "new" groups, the National Consumers' Council (NCC), a government-funded agency, and the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF) were discovered through online research.
The CPBF took its name from a British group advocating since 1979 for accountable, representative and public-service media in the politically hostile climate of Thatcherism.
Nearly a third of TV news is now linked to Sky's major shareholder News International after the ITV move, according to the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF).