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TV Company Hereti has Obtained the Right to Broadcast

12.12.2007
By a decision of the National Communication Commission Ltd., TV Company Hereti was granted a private broadcasting license. In accordance with the same decision, the TV company has also been granted a radio frequency: 102.8mgh.

The National Communication Commission has taken decision #757/18, in which it is mentioned that on September 6, 2007 the radio frequencies in Lagodekhi were monitored. After the verification it turned out that TV Company Hereti was using 102.8mgh for broadcasting without a license. Hereti was also using 402.6mgh without a license of the National Communication Commission. Due to this fact TV company Hereti was fined 5 000 lari.

The National Communication Commission considers that TV company Hereti article 144, paragraph 1 of the Administrative Code. In particular, the abovementioned article covers license-free activities and utilizing a radio frequency without permission.

The staff of the Public Defender’s Office is studying the case of imposing a fine on TV company Hereti by the National Communication Commission and they will issue their conclusion in the near future.


Source: Media News


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