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Eight of the largest television broadcasters have made an agreement on the loudness level of broadcasts and television programmes. The agreement represents another act of self-regulation supported by the National Broadcasting Council.
At the beginning of June, Chairman of the National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council of Ukraine (NRTRU) Jurii Artemenko once again addressed broadcasters of Polish television programmes via the National Broadcasting Council with a proposal to enter them onto the list of channels available in Ukraine. The NRTRU Chairman had also made such a proposal in February of this year.
The revised regulations of the Broadcasting Act accepted by the Sejm on 25 February of this year will come into force on 5 July (Journal of Laws 2016, item 443).
The National Broadcasting Council has performed an analysis and monitoring of the market for advertisements of health products and medicines on television programmes.
Statement of the European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA) on alarming developments for the independent and effective functioning of media regulators in Europe
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