The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

Well, another positive is they don't pay at the moment. So they are accepted in and they're sort of freeloading, as it were, on the system while the Danes try to catch up. So they haven't yet worked out a funding mechanism. They only pay if they are affiliates of existing members. So if it's the online presence of a broadcaster or the printed press. But online only don't pay. Nor does commercial television pay in fact. It's funded by public service television, the broadcasting part of it.

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