Central Office of Information

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The Central Office of Information (COI) was from 1946 until 31 March 2012 the the main British government body dealing with official advertising and publicity. [1] It was established in 1946 after the demise of the wartime Ministry of Information, when individual government departments resumed responsibility for information policy.[2]

Propaganda agencies


External links

Publications

  • Central Office of Information (1988) Northern Ireland, A Central Office of Information reference pamphlet, 127/88, November, London: COI.
  • Central Office of Information (1988) Northern Ireland: A Brief Survey, London: HMSO.
  • Central Office of Information (1989) Annual Report and Accounts, 1988-9, London: COI.
  • Central Office of Information (1990) Annual Report and Accounts, 1989- 90, October.
  • Central Office of Information (1990) COI Directory January, London: COI.

Notes

  1. coi.gov.uk, Central Office of Information website, Retrieved from the Internet Archive of 15 April 2012 on 12 May 2018.
  2. About COI, accessed April 2007.