At the grand opening ceremony held on 8th February, president of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) Monika Karas opened the Magic Valley of Debrecen, Hungary’s second media literacy and education centre, which is the first one outside Budapest.
The NMHH Decree laying down detailed rules relating to the provisions for mobile telephone agreements for prepaid SIM cards included in the Act on Electronic Communications entered into force on 12th January. The published Decree contains no material changes compared with the draft Decree issued for public consultation. Provisions limiting the number of agreements per subscriber and requiring data reconciliation also take effect.
NMHH, the Hungarian regulator, has ordered Magyar Telekom to suspend any offer of zero-rated over-the-top (OTT) video services to its mobile subscribers, in the regulator's first case applying the EU's net neutrality rules, introduced on April 30, 2016 by the TSM Regulation.
From now on customers can return set top boxes, routers and their accessories at any Telekom customer service desk.
The profanity record is held by the September 20 episode of Real World 8 (Való Világ) with 113 obscenities in one hour – as found by an investigation conducted by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) which analyses the popular reality show aired on RTL 2 in a quantitative manner. Similar to previous seasons, this series includes much sexuality, obscene language, smoking, alcohol consumption, the statistics of which are published on the website every week in order to draw attention to the negative effects of harmful content and sound media consumption habits – especially today, on World Television Day.
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority, as the Hungarian member of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) informs the public that BEREC will hold its 4th Stakeholder forum on the 17th of October in Brussels.
The Media Council of the National Media and Communications Authority has adopted and published on its website the draft tender for national commercial radio licences, about to expire in November, which envisages four new radio stations to be added to the existing network. As part of the agenda of this week’s session of the Media Council, a decision was made on granting financing, in the total amount of HUF 105.7 million, for the production of news, cultural and public life magazine programs of 23 local and regional TV stations over a year in the framework of the Hungarian Media Sponsorship program.
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) granted MVM NET Zrt. authorisation to use 10,000 numbers for different machines in the operator’s network to transmit and receive data to and from each other using mobile frequency.
The attached documents provide guidance for NRAs to take into account when implementing the rules and assessing specific cases.
Media Council plans to issue call for tenders with an increased number of stations. Preliminary consent from the authority to the merger of Mediaworks and Pannon Lapok.
Keresés a rovatban
- 3400-3800 MHz ,
- 450 MHz frequency tender ,
- 900 MHz auction ,
- Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) ,
- broadband data transmission ,
- Bűvösvölgy ,
- DIGI Kft. (DIGI TV) ,
- digital television ,
- European Union ,
- frequency tender ,
- Invitel Távközlési Zrt. ,
- Karas Monika Zsuzsanna ,
- Klubrádió ,
- Magyar Telekom ,
- Media Council ,
- mobile broadband services ,
- mobile internet ,
- mobile phone (cell phone) ,
- national commercial radio broadcasting licence ,
- network neutrality ,
- RTL Klub (Magyar RTL Televízió Zrt.) ,
- Szalai Annamária ,
- Telenor Magyarország ,
- Való Világ ,