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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
The disabled and elderly contribute to social life in a variety of professional and family roles, and the promotion of a positive image of such persons in the media serves to eliminate stereotypes. KRRiT’s Regulatory Strategy is consistent in this area with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as well as with the Long-Term Senior Policy Approach in Poland for 2014-2020.
To this year’s Activity Report in 2015 the National Broadcasting Council has attached its Green Paper on digitisation of radio in Poland. The document was sent to the Prime Minister as well as the Sejm, Senate and President.
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KRRiT considers the low assessment of media freedom in the Freedom House report (“Freedom and the Media 2019”), as well as the marked fall...
Within the framework of the Polish Telemetry Project, a conference was held at the Warsaw School of Economics on 26 February 2020 which pr...
As part of the Telemetry Poland project – single-source telemetric research on TV, radio and the internet – 22 October 2019, the Chairman ...
During a special event at the Economic Forum in Krynica, hosted by Witold Kołodziejski, the Chairman of the National Broadcasting Council,...