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SABC fined R15 000 by BCCSA for violent movie

Cape Town The SABC has been fined R15 000 by the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) for showing a violent movie including bare breasts at 20:00 with the wrong age restriction. The SABC was fined R15 000 for showing the ... News24, 2 weeks ago

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The Times Hijacker show raises complaint

A Johannesburg man wants the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA to find that SAfm "sanctioned, promoted and glamorised" violence by interviewing Palestinian activist Leila Khaled last month. Fayzal Mahamed laid a complaint with the BCCSA ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago

702 complaint not upheld - BCCSA

Johannesburg - A complaint that Talk Radio 702 incorrectly described a case as one of xenophobia has been rejected, the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA (BCCSA) said on Wednesday. A listener complained about a broadcast concerning an ...
 News242 weeks ago Radio 702 xenophobia complaint not upheld BCCSA weeks ago SAPA - BCCSA-702  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago | 702 complaint not upheld - BCCSA  News242 weeks ago

FCC to fine WDBJ for broadcasting indecent material

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) intends to fine WDBJ Television USD 325,000 for broadcasting graphic and sexually explicit material during the station's evening newscast. The FCC's Enforcement Bureau investigated viewers' complaints that ...
 Telecompaper1 week ago FCC Proposes Maximum $325,000 Forfeiture for Broadcast Indecency  JD Supra1 week ago Local Station Fined $325,000 for Showing Erect Penis During News Broadcast  Breitbart.com1 week ago FCC fines TV station $325,000 for sexual images  Consumer Affairs1 week ago
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Interview: CEO of the Truth, Justice and Healing Council Francis Sullivan

Print Email Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 25/03/2015 The Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse has started a public hearing, tackling the complex issue of redress - how survivors should be properly compensated for the ...
 ABC Online1 week ago
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CRTC Dismisses Complaint from Telus, Bell About Exclusivity of Rogers' GamePlus App

Today the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission dismissed a complaint from Telus and Bell which stated that Rogers Media was granting undue preference to its subscribers by providing them with exclusive content through its ...
 Tech Vibes2 weeks ago Bell's discounting of mobile TV against the rules, complaint claims  CBC1 week ago Rogers Comm to keep GamePlus exclusive, rules CRTC  Stockwatch2 weeks ago ROGERS COMMUNICATIONS : GamePlus stays exclusive to Rogers customers, as CRTC dismisses Bell complaint  4 Traders2 weeks ago
One News Now

Complaints let FCC know rape not a subject for TV comedy

A media watchdog is calling on concerned citizens to file indecency complaints with the Federal Communications Commission over a recent episode of Family Guy that aired on Fox. The cartoon airs at 8 p.m. (Central), a time when children are ...
 One News Now1 month ago FCC Federal Communications Commission : Issues Further Notice Proposing to Extend HD Carriage Exemption  4 Traders2 weeks ago What changed the FCC chairman's mind?  The Hill4 weeks ago FCC Plans Orderly Shutdown with Congress Missing Deadline  Radio Magazine1 month ago
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UK police watchdog justifies killing of Mark Duggan

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which has been involved in the cover-up of every police shooting, has cleared the police of wrongdoing or misconduct in the killing of Mark Duggan. Duggan, a 29-year-old father of six, was ...
 World Socialist Web Site6 days ago Kenya: Senior police officer breaks into tears during grilling over fat bank account  East African Standard2 weeks ago

Hate Speech - Why Broadcast Stations Ignored NBC/APCON Directives - Stakeholders

Days after the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) met with the broadcast media to douse tension and disaffection occasioned by sponsored hate speeches, inflammatory comments and ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago

Bell, Telus ask CRTC to dismiss complaint about CraveTV streaming service

Two of Canada's biggest telecommunications companies are asking Canada's broadcast regulator to toss out a "frivolous" complaint about Bell's CraveTV streaming video service from consumer advocacy groups. filed procedural requests with the Canadian ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago Bell, Telus want consumer groups' CraveTV complaint dismissed  CBC1 month ago
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