Monthly Archives: September 2016

Learn More About TV License Fee

tv-licence-feeBefore the internet age, TV license was required only when a person owned a television. However, with the internet age there have been new rules, a person needs to get a TV license but not for the catch-up sites. Diall the TV licence contact number to understand the terms and conditions. You can learn more at
The following tips would help in understanding about the TV licensing.

If a person watches or record shows that are being live telecast, then the person must be covered with a TV license. The person also needs a license even if they use BBC iPlayer. Regardless of the device on which the TV is being watched, the license needs to be purchased. Watching TV on mobile phones also require license but about 31% f the students do not know that; so, whatever device is being used for watching television, be it computer, smart phone, game console or tablet, the fee must be paid. However, TV license is not necessary if they are watched after it has been broadcast; catch-up services does not require a fee unless they’re watched on the iPlayer.

AS mentioned earlier, BBC iPlayer now needs a license but it is not required for catch-up services. On September 2016 this new rule came into force; even if only the catch=up services are being watched on the iPlayer, it still requires a license. Whether the programs are being streamed, downloaded or watched live on the iPlayer, it all requires the license.
To save from paying the license fee, one can watch programs from catch-up sites that are free. The license is needed only when a person watches live streaming or catch-up from the iPlayer; when other websites are used for catch-up, then it is absolutely free. Any program like documentaries, dramas, soaps, cartoons or movies can be watched on these catch-up sites. In this case, the user can cancel the license and this is legal as long as they don’t watch live streaming or on BBC iPlayer.

To record the live TV, a license is required. This is because the recording happens as the programs are being telecast and even if it is not watched, recording it needs a license.
However, license is not required for watching the movies or series from online subscription services like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video; movies can be watched for free on YouTube.
Watching or recording live TV is illegal and is against the law. There are enforcement officers that carry out checks. People who dodge paying the fee for TV licensing could face prosecution and a fine of about £1,000. Imprisonment cannot be ordered for watching live television without license but dodging the pay can land the person in prison.

The BBC iPlayer cannot be steamed outside of UK and this has caused annoyance among the holidaymakers as they feel that paying a fee for license must allow them access outside of UK. The programs can be downloaded outside UK so that they can be watched.
There is a bizarre rule that says students can watch TV that is covered in their parent’s license in any devices that has its internal batteries which is not plugged to any mains or aerials. This means students can watch live TV using their parent’s license on smart phones, tablets or laptops as long as they are not plugged in for charging.

Tips To Motivate Young Football Players


In any game of sports, motivation is as important as the technique. Motivation alone can suffice to persuade a player to achieve great heights through disciplined practice, excellent coaching and intent learning. Children at a very young age can be easily motivated. Motivating older players can be rather difficult for various reasons as their motivation lies in the end result of achievement. Young children can be encouraged to have fun as they play and that by itself will be enough to motivate them to play. Pure fun is their biggest motivation.

Apart from motivation, it is also necessary to keep their interest. Everybody knows children have short attention spans and their attention keeps fluttering from one thing to another very easily. It can be quite tricky to catch their attention and keep their interest. Rigorous training sessions are wasted on them. It would be best to keep them engaged in simple but fun activities like dribbling, football shooting drills, simple passes and such activities. While the game is portrayed as fun, an efficient coach will also manage to teach children the basics of the game and avoid confusion.

To keep the children moving would probably be the best tip, it will keep them stimulated. Most of all keep lectures really short, ranging from a few seconds to not more than 2 minutes. Long lectures are of no interest to them and will bore them. When engaging them in practice drills keep those short and fun too. A particular drill must not be beyond 5 to 10 minutes. Repeat the drill at every practice session, but keep them short to avoid monotony. At the end of the practice session, let them have a little time and leave them to their own devices to play.

Children are easy to train. In the beginning, it might look like no one’s listening and everything could go haywire. Employ simple instructions like getting them to respond to simple gestures like a command clap or whistle to get their attention. These can be introduced in the very first class to keep things smooth. Teach them that when you clap, they clap in response the same number of times as they do, and then follow it up with short instructions as and when necessary. Teach them that when you blow a whistle it is for them to line up in a particular pattern based on the number of participants; you could even ask them to sit down.

Introduce small and simple, innovative gestures that children will respond and identify with. A high five or fist pounds to encourage and congratulate. Verbal praises even at the slightest of achievements go a long way in motivating children to play. Rewarding children with treats at the end of a game or practice session too is most welcome. Reward them for a game well played, does not matter whether they win or lose. Encourage friendship, social skills and leadership skills to teach them life through the game. Keep it simple, be as excited as they are and don’t push them too hard to win, instead encourage them to have fun.