Carter, got

He’s in post, seems to know roughly what’s going on (260 duties on his to do list), writes nicely (or at least his press office does) and he has a fair wind (few new regulators can have been so well received and Ofcom’s parliamentary birth could hardly have been easier). Stephen Carter, first Chief Executive of Ofcom, marks the end of the beginning for the new regulator in The Guardian.

I’ll be at Damian Tambini’s symposium on the Communications Act in Oxford later today. I’ll let you know if my optimism about the new regulator survives the day.

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