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On CoC’s recommendation, Pemra suspends Axact’s TV licences

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Wednesday approved suspension of licences of BOL TV’s BOL News and BOL Entertainment till fulfilment of legal and codal formalities. It may be mentioned that Council of Complaints (CoC), Sindh, in its 24th meeting held on August 18, 2015, after granting opportunity of hearing to the […]

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PBA temporarily suspends Express group’s membership

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KARACHI: The Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA) has “temporarily” suspended the membership of Express and issued a show-cause notice to the media network for alleged tempering with viewership ratings through employees of a rating company, Medialogic. A statement issued by the PBA says the decision was reached by the associations, board of directors which met for […]

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Pay dues or face licence suspension, Pemra warns two channels

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) Tuesday approved the recommendations/report of Swiss Consultancy Firm, M/s Digital Strategy, for initiation of Direct to Home (DTH) Licensing in Pakistan. The Authority inked an accord with the firm in March this year to assist it in preparing eligibility criteria, license template, bidding methodology, determination of base […]

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Likely suspension of mobile service on election day


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KARACHI: The likely suspension of mobile services on election day (May 11), as hinted by Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Secretary Ishtiaq Ahmad the other day to avoid any possible terrorist attack, is likely to cause a loss of Rs 1.0 billion to Rs 1.5 billion to the cellular phone companies, Daily Times learnt on […]

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