The BBC Red Button team have launched a survey to gauge opinions from those who listen to BBC Radio via their TV (Freeview, Freesat & Sky).
The survey aims to find out how often listeners listen to BBC Radio stations on their TV and whether they use the Red Button service to access additional information, such as information about programmes, playlists or news. Users are asked to rate which features currently available are of most importance to them.

The latest radio audience figures indicate that less than 5% of radio listening is via TV services, and the BBC is reviewing how to serve audiences best with Red Button services.
Could the BBC be planning changes or cutbacks to radio services? With such low listening figures, cuts in these services could be an option the BBC is considering with even more cuts to BBC services expected over the coming years.


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By Expat