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At the point of independence, it is expected that Channel 4’s licence will have been extended to the end of 2024, and the established licence will be honoured. The current Scottish Government proposes to establish ownership arrangements of this public corporation which ensure that a Scottish population share of Channel 4 network original productions, by hours and by value, comes from Scotland.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.