Till the transition to digital broadcast technology is completed, PEMRA should freeze the issuance of any more licenses for TV channels because there is already a glut of numbers in analogue-based technology.
PEMRA should freeze the issuance of licenses for TV channels
Views held and expressed by civil society organizations, specially forums engaged with women’s empowerment, human rights, children’s rights, minorities’ rights and other advocacy groups about reforms required in PEMRA’s policies and actions should be effectively addressed through a process by which PEMRA invites these forums for regular exchanges of views.Read More
It is recommended that renewed efforts be made for expeditious hearings and disposal of the large number of cases dealing with electronic media on which stay orders are in operation.Read More
Concerns and complaints expressed by PBA, Cable TV distributors, advertisers, advertising agencies and other stakeholders should be addressed by PEMRA through regular, structured dialogue with such stakeholders and groups.Read More