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Dear Department for Culture, Media and Sport,

How much money has your Department spent on public information commercials on commercial radio and television stations since 1 January 2015?

If you do not have any record of this information, I will settle for the most recent information you have in line with your responsibilities for public accountability.

Details on the nature of these commercials should also be provided.

Yours faithfully,

Jeremy Harrison

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Jeremy Harrison

[FOI #423251 email]

Dear Mr Harrison,

Thank you for your information request of 4 August 2017, in which you
requested the following:

How much money has your Department spent on public information commercials
on commercial radio and television stations since 1 January 2015?

If you do not have any record of this information, I will settle for the
most recent information you have in line with your responsibilities for
public accountability.

Details on the nature of these commercials should also be provided.

I have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
(the Act).

Since January 1 2015 the Department has spent £958,000 on commercial
television advertising and £300,000 on commercial radio advertising. This
was part of the Go Superfast campaign activity which increased public
awareness of, and interest in, superfast broadband in order to drive take
up across the UK. TV and radio activity ran from January 2015 to end of
February 2015.

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information Team

Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport

4th floor, 100 Parliament Street

London SW1A 2BQ

Tel: 020 7211 6395

www.gov.uk/dcms

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