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More news on TV licenses for your business

Further confirmation from a news report on the BBC that businesses are breaking the law if employees are watching live online transmissions and they don't have a TV licence.

The BBC reports that the information can be very confusing but the law is clear, if your employees are watching live broadcasts then you need a TV licence.

Mobile phones and laptops that are not plugged in are covered by the users home TV licence but all computers that are plugged in are liable. The standard fine is £1000.

Business can choose not to purchase a TV licence but they could be subject to inspections without warning. The report also goes on to say that businesses have been fined in the past and will be in the future.

Rob Leverton

Rob has worked as an IT technician and project manager with Connexion for 14 years before moving into his current role as head of the technical services team.

Although Rob comes from a technical background he’s very much a people person and he is exceptionally good at building excellent working relationships with our customers and his technical team to deliver service excellence to our clients.

Rob Leverton

James Stratton

James is passionate about technology and how it can transform business.  Having worked with hundreds of businesses in many different sectors over the last 25 years he has a huge amount of business IT knowledge that he enjoys imparting to Connexions customers.

James is responsible for Connexions strategic development and also still enjoys a role in consulting and sales and marketing