The National Communications Commission (“NCC”) announced the “Rules Governing the License Renewal Application for the Radio Broadcasting Industry” and the “Rules Governing the Licesne Renewal Application for the Television Broadcasting Industry” on July 9, 2013. Pursuant to the above rules, the NCC may establish an “Advisory Review Committee” to review matters relating to license renewal by the radio and television broadcasting industry, which shall conduct preliminary review and provide advice to NCC for its final decision. In addition, the rules specify that the Advisory Review Committee may grade a broadcasting business as not qualified if a media business loses it professional autonomy or hinders the balanced development of diverse cultures so as to gravely impair public interests. The aim of these rules is to comply with the general policy of preventing media monopoly and promoting media self-regulation.
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The National Communications Commsission announced the Rules Governing License Renewal of the Radio and Television Broadcasting Industry to establish an Advisory Review Committee and set forth the review standard
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