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7. In the 2003 Act, after section 335 insert—
(1) Where OFCOM—
(a)receive under Article 3 of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive a request from another member State relating to a relevant broadcaster, and
(b)consider that the request is substantiated, they must ask the broadcaster to comply with the rule identified in that request.
(2) In this section “relevant broadcaster” means—
(c)the Welsh Authority; or
(d)the holder of—
(i)a Channel 3 licence;
(ii)a Channel 5 licence; or
(iii)a licence to provide any relevant regulated television service within the meaning of section 13(1) of the Broadcasting Act 1990.”
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