The Swedish government has through a recent government bill (Prop. 2012/13:164) proposed changes to the rules on public radio and television in Sweden, intended to apply from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2019. The most relevant changes, relevant for producers of content, include stricter requirements on programmes stated to reflect the entire country’s diversity, an ambition to broadcast more programmes in minority languages and creating increased accessibility for people with disabilities. Stricter requirements are also imposed on the public service broadcasters to report any income alongside the television and radio fees, which is relevant for anyone agreeing on joint productions with such broadcasters. Furthermore, the Swedish government intends to draw up a plan for transition from FM broadcasts to terrestrial digital radio, with the aim to close down FM broadcasts in 2022.