The NSPCC has said that it is against sex abuse suspects being given anonymity.
Peter Watt, director of the NSPCC helpline, said:
When a suspect is named in the public interest - for example when there is a child protection issue -it gives more victims an opportunity to come forward, which helps police build a stronger criminal case.
The Savile investigation revealed there were hundreds of people he had abused over half a century. Many may have felt theirs was an isolated case but could have been encouraged to speak out earlier if they had known the full extent of his crimes.
If a suspect's name is not known, the case against them may collapse through lack of witnesses, so potentially putting children at risk of harm.
One of Stuart Hall's victims exclusively told ITV News "justice has not been done" after the broadcaster was sentenced to 15 months in jail.
Stuart Hall has been jailed for 15 months after admitting 14 counts of indecent assault, relating to 13 girls aged between nine and 17.
Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall was accused of being a child abuse "predator" today after he admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls.