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NMHH published its 2020 reports
Two publications summarising the work done by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority last year can already be downloaded from the NMHH website.
The Media Council is preparing a new district radio tender for Budapest
The Media Council approved draft calls for tender for the Budapest 96.4 MHz and a local radio frequency in Veszprém and closed four local rural frequency tenders.
Service provider of RTL Klub sanctioned by a penalty for incorrect age-rating
At its last meeting, the Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) imposed a penalty of HUF 12 million on the service provider of RTL Klub for inappropriate age-rating.
Grants of more than HUF 133 million for television programmes
The Media Council imposed a fine on the operator of Rádió 1 for non-compliance with its contractual commitments.
More than HUF 42 million of grants for the operation of community radio and television stations
The Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) supports the running and operational costs of eight community radio and television stations based on its decision at this week’s meeting.
Júniusban három budapesti rádiós frekvenciára is lehet pályázni
A Médiatanács a szerződéses vállalások be nem tartása miatt jogkövetkezményeket is kiszabott három vidéki rádióra.
Media Council approved draft of two rural frequency tenders
The body approved the draft of two rural frequency tenders and performed the formal review of the submitted tenders for the Szolnok and Veszprém tender notices. The Media Council levied penalties for broadcasting film recommendations with incorrect age-rating for television.
Radio tender for Budapest 95.3 MHz closed
At this week’s meeting, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) declared the sole bidder Karc FM Média Kft. as the winner of the tender for the community use of the Budapest 95.3 MHz regional frequency.
Media service licence of Első Pesti Egyetemi Rádió expires in summer, small community radio media service facility in Budapest – Astoria (downtown) will be open for applications again
Three more radio media service facilities in Budapest will be open for applications in the near future, after the draft calls for tender for the Astoria site and the 100.3 MHz and 103.9 MHz frequencies were approved by the Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) at its meeting this week.
Media Council providing information on cancelling media service provision fees
The operator of Halom Televízió Százhalombatta was warned by the council for surreptitious advertising.