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Complaint against SABC slides
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Complaint against SABC slides

JOHANNESBURG - The SABC was not biased in its news reports on the Israel-Gaza conflict, the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA (BCCSA) said on Monday. Complaints... were not upheld on the ground that a contrary view by the Israeli ... IOL, 2 days ago
SABC reporting on Gaza, Israel balanced: BCCSA Times Live South Africa, 2 days ago
Complaints against SABC not upheld Citizen.co.za, 2 days ago
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Jurnal de Chisinau

Radio speech fine: EC

The Election Commission of India on Friday said it did not find anything in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio broadcast called Man Ki Baat that violated the electoral model code of conduct. The audio of the speech under reference and its script ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Double diagnosis: Crime and callousness// Vasile Nastase  Jurnal de Chisinau1 week ago EC gives the green signal to Modi for 'mann ki baat' speech  Rediff.com1 week ago PM's "Mann Ki Baat" didn't violate model code of conduct: EC  Business Standard1 week ago
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BCCSA on 'corrupt Cabinet', racial slurs

CAPE TOWN - The SABC has been faulted by the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA (BCCSA) for failing to qualify a defamatory remark a caller to a radio programme made about the Cabinet. In response to a complaint by Higher Education ...
 IOL2 weeks ago SABC faulted for allowing defamatory comment on radio  Citizen.co.za2 weeks ago SAPA - MEDIA-COMPLAINTS  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Entirely corrupt cabinet? SABC should have made caller prove it: BCCSA  Times Live South Africa2 weeks ago
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Citizen.co.za

T-bo Touch escapes dagga complaint

The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) has rejected the complaint that Metro FM presenter, T-bo Touch, promoted the use of dagga on air. According to Channel24, a complainant reported that T-bo Touch made "disturbing" ...
 NOW!1 month ago Dagga complaint against Metro FM's Tbo Touch dismissed  Citizen.co.za1 month ago DJ gets away with weed comments  The Witness1 month ago SAPA - BCCSA-METROFM  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Irish Independent

NUJ goes wild on Mooney decision as BAI cries foul Colum Kenny

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has attacked a decision of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland's Compliance Committee, of which I am a member. The union went wild on Mooney. The NUJ slammed a BAI decision on an edition of RTE's Mooney Show ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago Broadcasting decisions 2014-522  CRTC2 weeks ago Broadcasting decisions 2014-458  CRTC1 month ago Broadcasting decision 2014-455  CRTC1 month ago

Be careful what you say on talk radio

The Broadcasting Complaints Commission has dealt a narrow-minded blow to free speech, writes Phillip de Wet There is a war being fought in this country. Our right to freely exchange ideas, to speak our minds, to hold unpopular opinions, is being ...
 MyBroadband.co.za1 week ago

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE CONSIDERS REPORT OF ISRAEL

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE CONSIDERS REPORT OF ISRAEL 20 October 2014 The Human Rights Committee today completed its consideration of the fourth periodic report of Israel on its implementation of the provisions of the International Covenant on Civil ...
 United Nations Office at Geneva2 days ago TOL A$$ MOS CASE BACK AGAIN!  Dailysun.co.za22 hours ago Letter from Human Rights Watch to the President of the European Commission  Human Rights Watch5 days ago Thailand: Human Rights Watch Letter on UN Human Rights Council Candidacy  Human Rights Watch2 days ago

EC dismisses Congress complaint on Modi's AIR address

NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Friday rejected Congress' charge that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had "misused the state machinery" to broadcast his "Mann ki Baat" address on All India Radio, and held there was nothing in the speech that ...
 Times of India1 week ago Congress complains to EC on Modi's radio talk  Times of India2 weeks ago Congress complains to EC on Modis radio talk  New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago Congress goes to poll panel over Modi radio address  Indian Express2 weeks ago
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FCC considering banning broadcasters from saying 'Redskins'

The Federal Communications Commission is mulling whether TV and radio stations should be banned from repeatedly saying the name of the Washington Redskins. Earlier this month, the FCC received a petition to deny renewing the license of Washington ...
 The Hill3 weeks ago FCC to Consider Banning the Word 'Redskins'  The Patriot Post2 weeks ago

Channel 3, NBTC to discuss settlement at meeting today

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is seeking a solution to help Channel 3 migrate to digital via a simulcast and cut its fixed costs, especially concession fees, in a bid to foster fair play. "We must help Channel ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago
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