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  • WorldDAB management at NBC

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    On the 14th of June this year, the NBC was pleased to host members of the management board of WorldDab. During sessions, a now-traditional overview of the situation of DAB in Europe and worldwide was presented, and issues relating to poor reception of DAB signals in certain marks of automobiles was discussed, along with methods of alleviating this problem.
    Members of the steering board of WorldDab: Matthieu Beauval – Radio France, Patrick Hannon – Chairman of the WorldDAB, Bernie O’Neill – Office Director of WorldDAB, Ron Shiffelers – NXP Dannemark, Karel Zyka – Czech Radio, Jorn Jensen – Radio NRK Norway, Jacqueline Bierhorst – Radio NPO Holland (fot. KRRiT)
  • Polish Sejm accepts NBC Annual Report for 2016

    On the 22nd of June 2017, the Polish Sejm accepted the Annual Report of the National Broadcasting Council for 2016. 434 members of parliament took part in the voting, with 224 voting in favour of acceptance, 206 against, and 4 abstentions.
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  • National Broadcasting Council co-organiser of international seminar

    The seminar, entitled The Role of Media Education in the New Media Landscape, was organised in collaboration with the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO) as part of Poland’s presidency of the organisation Novotel Hotel.
    Susanne Nikoltchev, Executive Director of the EAO, Gilles Fontaine, Head of the Department for Market Information, Maja Cappello, Head of the Department for Legal Information, and Ewa Murawska-Najmiec, an expert of the Strategy Department of the NBC (fot. KRRiT)
  • Increase in number of TV and radio subscribers

    Since January of 2017, the NBC has noted an increase in the number of registered subscribers. As of the 30th of April 2017, 6.9 million subscribers had registered radio and television receivers, including 3.5 subscribers whose fees have been waived. Of the remaining 3.4 million, 1.4 million subscribers paid subscription fees in a timely manner.
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  • Advertisements for junk food to disappear from broadcasts aimed at children – the result of NBC monitoring

    The NBC, in accordance with the provisions of the Broadcasting Act, Article 16b, paragraph 3a, monitored the contents of advertisements broadcast on channels catering to children and on universal appeal channels during broadcasts aimed at children in terms of the proper application by broadcasters of the terms of the Agreement on limiting advertisements and sponsorships concerning food and beverages containing components which are not advisable in excessive amounts in the diet of children.
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