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    TV stations to leave Hungary?
    Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

    Three of Hungary’s smaller commercial TV stations and the country’s broadcasting authority, ORTT, have become embroiled in a battle over legal status which could drive the channels out of the country, state news agency MTI has reported. Cable and satellite channels Viasat3, Filmmuzeum and Sport1 argue that an ORTT decision to reclassify them a national broadcasters will lead to a huge increase in costs, meaning they can no longer operate in Hungary.
    MTI quoted ORTT’s chairman Görgy Kovács as saying it reached its decision based on information supplied by the three channels themselves, and the fact that more than half of Hungarians can watch the their programmes, he said. But Viasat3, Filmmuzeum and Sport1 believe the ruling violates European broadcasting regulations, and say ORTT made “several legal mistakes.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by first_zipper View Post
    TV stations to leave Hungary?
    Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

    Three of Hungary’s smaller commercial TV stations and the country’s broadcasting authority, ORTT, have become embroiled in a battle over legal status which could drive the channels out of the country, state news agency MTI has reported. Cable and satellite channels Viasat3, Filmmuzeum and Sport1 argue that an ORTT decision to reclassify them a national broadcasters will lead to a huge increase in costs, meaning they can no longer operate in Hungary.
    MTI quoted ORTT’s chairman Görgy Kovács as saying it reached its decision based on information supplied by the three channels themselves, and the fact that more than half of Hungarians can watch the their programmes, he said. But Viasat3, Filmmuzeum and Sport1 believe the ruling violates European broadcasting regulations, and say ORTT made “several legal mistakes.”

    (Source: Budapest Sun)
    Dahhh, ORTT e o institutie data dracului rau de tot, m-am exprimat finutz, anul trecut la asediul Televiziunii Maghiare si a evenimentelor din Budapesta, au vrut sa retraga licenta la Hir TV pentru ca aia saracii au avut curajul sa transmita LIVE acele evenimente. Drepr pentru care au fost facuti fascisti si spre norocul lor au fost scapati de UE, de niste comisii care au sarit ca arsii ca nici pe vremea comunismului nu se proceda asa intr-un mod dictatorial...dar cum e turcul, e si pistolul.
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