National Council fined 31 broadcasters for failure to provide information on its ownership structure
On August 1st, the National council of television and radio broadcasting fined 31 licensees for failure to submit or late submission of information about ownership that broadcasters and providers have to provide annually by March 31, as “Detector Media” reports . Some companies submitted information to the National Council only by e-mail, while the regulator required electronic and paper documents to be submitted. Another part of issues regarding the fines to be imposed to broadcasters the National council will consider at the next sitting. Partly, because several companies were not notified they were invited to the meeting, partly, because some companies are systematic non-payers of fines for failure to provide information about its ownership structure and the National Council envisages to consider the question of appealing to court in order to revoke their licenses.
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