Public Service Media for Cornwall

The Cornish are a national minority and Cornwall has its own language.  They are both recognised officially by the UK Government.

It is the only national minority and native UK language without a media service. Today, these are both under represented by public service broadcasters (PSB).

In 2019 Falmouth University looked at:

  • How PSBs work in other parts of the UK and abroad
  • The current digital media capacity and infrastructure in Cornwall
A Cornish PSB would play a big part in the talent supply chain. Helping to support Cornwall's fast-growing creative economy. Digital platforms could form a rural-based model, for both creating and sharing content. This would create a distinctive voice with appeal well beyond Cornwall.

For further information please read the following documents:

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