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  • A Media Council, appointed by Mr. Orban's center-right government, can fine broadcasters up to nearly $1 million and websites or newspapers over $100,000 if their news coverage is considered unbalanced or immoral.

    European Parliament Members Challenge Hungary Media Law

  • Under the legislation a government-backed Media Council can fine broadcasters nearly $1 million and newspapers and websites over $100,000 if their news coverage is deemed unbalanced or immoral.

    Hungarian Media Law Overshadow Talks With European Commission

  • The Media Council was furious that Tilos Radio aired the rapper's song "It's On" in the afternoon saying it could harm youngsters.

    Thousands Demonstrate Against Hungary's Media Law

  • But his small, independent station has already faced a legal battle with the Media Council after broadcasting a song of American rapper Ice-T, whose real name is Tracy Marrow.

    Thousands Demonstrate Against Hungary's Media Law

  • Under the legislation a Media Council appointed by the center right government can fine broadcasters nearly $1 million, and websites or newspapers over $100,000 if their coverage is deemed unbalanced or immoral.

    Thousands Demonstrate Against Hungary's Media Law

  • In a few days, Hungary's parliament will finally get to vote on a new Media Council – lumping radio, TV and telecoms together under a boss appointed by the government and a board appointed by the selfsame parliament (where what the government says goes).

    Freedom temples totter

  • Former Wall Street Journal reporter Joe Flint (who most recently was director of industry programs at the Paley Center's Media Council) will be joining the paper to anchor a more aggressive version of the 6-month-old blog.

    'Los Angeles Times' Plans Revamp of 'Company Town' Blog; Joe Flint To Anchor More Muscular Site

  • "The Children's Media Council, developed according to world standards, will spearhead meaningful dialogue between children, programme makers, broadcasters, parents, service providers, advertisers who target children, and other stakeholders," the statement said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Children's Media Council is governed by the NPA - headed by

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Children's Media Council, developed according to world standards, will spearhead meaningful dialogue between children, programme makers, broadcasters, parents, service providers, advertisers who target children, and other stakeholders.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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