Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg were very disappointed to hear Jeremy Wright, Secretary of State for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport announce today, as he opened S4C's new headquarters in Carmarthen, that he had never watched the channel.
In response, Heledd Gwyndaf, Chair of Cymdeithas yr Iaith's Digital Future Campaign Group, said that this was both sad and disappointing, but not surprising.
A farmer from Ynys Môn has been sentenced to pay £220 for refusing to pay his TV licence as part of a campaign for Welsh broadcasting powers at a court hearing in Caernarfon today (Monday, 5th November).
Local banks one of a dozen answers in group's economic proposals
Language campaigners will publish a series of recommendations to strengthen the economy inan effort to reduce out-migration from Wales they say is a 'crisis for the language' at a launchin Blaenau Ffestiniog today (Saturday, 13th October).
Hundreds of extra jobs need moving out of the capital, says Cymdeithas
A new Welsh Government beefed-up department responsible for the language should be established outside Cardiff as part of a wider move to devolve hundreds of jobs outside the capital, say campaigners.