TV Channels

Terms of Reference No. C

Vital and essential role of state-owned electronic media

Thus, to recap: One view about TOR No. C is that, “Yes”, that the government and its instrumentalities have a valid right and role to be major players in electronic media and that this presence is entirely consistent with the fundamental right under Article 19 which it does not contradict in any way. From this […]

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Terms of Reference No. B

PEMRA should freeze the issuance of licenses for TV channels

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.

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Terms of Reference No. B

PEMRA should formulate policy for unfair impact of foreign content

Till the time that the proposed new legislation and restructuring of PEMRA is agreed upon and implemented: To encourage and promote the rich reservoir of talent and skills in the Pakistani people for creative drama, entertainment and content with tasteful popular appeal, PEMRA should formulate an appropriate policy that protects producers, directors, writers, actors and […]

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Terms of Reference No. F

Oversight by the Election Commission of Pakistan for Elections 2013

a. It is recommended that the ECP invite Chief Executives/Chairpersons/Proprietors of all TV channels and Radio channels to a meeting in Islamabad to convey directly to them in person ECP’s Code of Media Conduct for Elections 2013 and ECP’s Guidelines so that the senior-most decision-makers and policy-makers of private electronic media are informed about their […]

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