Tag Archive: regulations

Nov 17

NBTC spokesman cedes position

Tweet The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) might consider revising the regulations governing foreign dominance of the telecom sector amid concerns that the current rules might contravene the country’s free-trade principles. The watchdog’s telecom committee will hold a hearing among specific groups of people on November 30 about the regulations, NBTC commissioner Sutipol Thaweechaikarn …

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Jul 28

NCC approves renewals of five TV channels’ licenses

Tweet The National Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday approved license renewal applications filed by five satellite television channels on the condition that they do not violate Article 19 of the Satellite Broadcasting Act— which regulates the broadcasts of infomercials — within a year of the renewals. Officials said the ruling means the new licenses would be …

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Apr 18

Publishers eyeing connected TVs should accept same VOD levies as broadcasters

Tweet If publishers want to make their mark on the connected TV space, they must adhere to the same regulations as broadcasters. The fallout over whether the video-on-demand (VOD) services of publishers and magazines should fall within the remit of VOD co-regulator ATVOD (the Association of TV On-Demand) has left tempers running high. Click here …

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