The Authority for Television On Demand
A regulator, also called ATVOD
This authority is not subject to FOI law, so is not legally obliged to respond (details).
ATVOD is the independent co-regulator for the editorial content of UK video on demand services.
OFCOM designated ATVOD to be the regulator for on demand programme services under S.368A of the Communications Act 2003, a provision added by The Audiovisual Media Services Regulations 2009.
The authority have a published openness and transparency statement saying: "We will endeavour to respond fairly to requests for information, having regard to the public interest in making such information available. "
ATVOD is not formally subject to FOI law, we list it on WhatDoTheyKnow due to its public regulatory role.
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