License Fee

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License Fee

An amount of money one must pay in order to acquire a license. For example, one may be required to pay $25 for a driver's license, even after one passes the driver's test. See also: Import license, Export license.
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A colour television licence currently costs pounds 104 and can be bought at any post office.
For those pensioners whose only income is a state pension, not having to pay PS150.50 annually for a television licence is a big saving.
A television licence is needed for watching and recording live television and, since September 2016, for watching or downloading BBC programmes on iPlayer.
"For that reason, and in order to diminish the current level of evasion in paying the television licence, the sooner we can make the transition the better.
PUBS face a hefty penalty if they try to screen a major sporting event without a television licence.
MORE than 2,430 people were caught without a television licence in Coventry during the first ten months of this year.
"Duna" is the Hungarian name for the Danube.Duna TV was funded by a television licence paid for by owners of television sets up until July 2002, when the government took over payment of all television licences.
TELEVISION licence officers have caught more than 6,500 people without licences in Liverpool this year.
"Downloading programmes or clips from websites or streaming does not and will not require a television licence," the spokesman said
Post Office Ltd insist the closures are needed because of falling customer numbers and the increasing use of the internet to access services like television licence and car tax renewal.
In 2004, the Australian Broadcasting Authority licences allocated four permanent community television licences, in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and will make allocation decisions for a permanent community television licence in Adelaide soon, while a CTV trial is also currently operating in Lismore, NSW.
Both the Finnish and Norwegian public broadcasting companies have reportedly proposed an increase in the television licence fees.

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