There’s still a last chance to submit your views on the future of public service broadcasting on the Isle of Man.
A Tynwald select committee is looking into the issue – and has set tomorrow as the deadline for submitting comments and opinions.
The three politicians will consider whether Tynwald is committed to public service broadcasting and whether Manx Radio should be the Island’s national broadcaster.
The committee is made up of chairman Richard Ronan MHK, Onchan MHK Zac Hall and Speaker of the House of Keys Steve Rodan.
The committee was set up in December in the wake of a Treasury report into the public broadcasting subvention which was carried out in July 2012.
The three-man body will look at the policy, delivery, cost and scope of public service broadcasting before reporting back to the court.
Anybody with any comments has until January 31 to write to the committee.
Clerk Jonathan King says submissions should be sent to Legislative Buildings in Douglas.