Ofcom has advised DCMS that they are currently considering several appeals concerning ATVOD scope determinations in respect of on-demand programme services, including seven relating to newspaper and magazine websites. Ofcom expects to be in a position to publish its decision on two of the newspaper appeals within the next month, according to Baroness Rawlings in her written response to Parliamentary Questions about ATVOD posed by Lord Clement-Jones and published on 9 November 2011.

The seven appeals, relating to newspaper and magazine websites, have been lodged by The Guardian, Telegraph Media Group, News Group Newspaper, Times Newspapers, and Hachette Filipacchi. The following is a full list of the dates, companies, and their associated services, that are currently subject of an appeal to Ofcom, according to the ATVOD website.

12/07/11 – Coffee Arts and Media, for the service Coffee Shorts
06/07/11 – The Paramount UK Partnership, for Comedy Central Content on Virgin Media
06/07/11 – Nickelodeon UK Ltd, for Nickelodeon Content on Virgin Media
06/07/11 – MTV Networks Europe, for MTV Content on Virgin Media
28/06/11 – Guardian News and Media Limited, for The Guardian YouTube Channel
28/06/11 – Guardian News and Media Limited, for the service Guardian Video
18/05/11 – MTV Networks Europe, for the service Viva TV
11/05/11 – BBC Worldwide, for the service BBCW on Mediaset
03/05/11 – BBC Worldwide Limited, for the service Top Gear Youtube
03/05/11 – BBC Worldwide Limited, for the service BBC Food Youtube
26/04/11 – ChannelFlip Media Limited, for the service ChannelFlip
29/03/11 – Telegraph Media Group Ltd, for the service Telegraph TV
11/02/11 РNews Group Newspapers Ltd, for the service  Sun Video
11/02/11 РNews Group Newspapers Ltd, for the service  News of the World Video
11/02/11 – Times Newspaper Ltd, for the service Sunday Times Video Library
11/02/11  РHachette Filipacchi (UK) Ltd, for the service Elle TV