Daily Archive: September 16, 2010

Sep 16

Philippine crisis coverage law ‘a last report’

Tweet A Philippine Senator said today a law limiting media coverage of crisis situations would be introduced only as a last resort if local media groups failed to exercise self-restraint in their coverage, ABS-CBN News reports. Gregorio Honasan said Senators were inclined to give media first crack at self-regulation instead of the government imposing its …

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Sep 16

MCMC issues stern warning against Internet abuse

Tweet The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has warned of stern action against those publishing offensive, indecent, sensitive content about race and religion in the Internet that can pose a threat to national security and unity. MCMC said action had been taken against websites, blogs and news portals that abused the Communications and Multimedia …

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Sep 16

Switching on to mobile TV

Tweet It’s been six years since mobile broadcast TV caught the mobile industry’s imagination as a way for cellcos to deliver video services to mobile subscribers without overburdening their 3G networks. Following the hype of mobile broadcast technology rollouts like S-DMB and T-DMB in Korea, and ISDB-T 1seg in Japan, Europe-backed DVB-H and Qualcomm’s MediaFLO …

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