How do we watch TV?
Households typically use five television broadcasting platforms: analogue cable, digital cable (IPTV), digital terrestrial (paid or free) and satellite using a satellite dish.
What you need to know about television subscriber agreements
Operators providing subscription services such as the businesses offering television subscriptions, are required to develop their own general contracting terms (GTC), which must be communicated to each subscriber before contract conclusion.
Each year the Media Council of NMHH determines which media service providers are considered to have substantial influence (abbreviated as JBE in Hungarian). Identifying these service providers is important because the law imposes additional obligations of public interests on these media.
Information on the summary list of events of major significance for the society
The list of events of major significance has entered into effect as of 4 July. Accordingly, seventeen sporting events are guaranteed to be aired on television even without the payment of a subscription fee for at least eighty percent of the Hungarian population.
Protection of minors – age rating
As parents, grandparents or even as adults caring for the neighbour’s children, we should know what is on TV when the children are sitting in front of it. In the corner of the screen as well as in the cinema programmes, coloured circles help us all in that regard.
Nowadays, modern televisions and set-top-boxes offer various options to ensure that children can access only channels and programmes we would like them to.
Television content rating circles
These are masked TGA images produced for different aspect ratio combinations, which media providers can display in order to signal the content rating of programmes.
Tantusz – helping you decide
The TANTUSZ comparison website helps you navigate the different landline and mobile tariff plans matching your consumer habits and presents the costs of mobile telephone use abroad (roaming) and the combined packages offered by operators.
Radio frequency interference
If you detect unusual interference while using your television, radio or other domestic appliance, or your amateur radio equipment, you can report these to the National Media and Infocommunications Authority.
Motion pictures news
Media Council: Jurassic World not recommended for children under 12
Media Council is going to notify the Dutch audiovisual regulator (CVDM), asking it to investigate the case.
The Media Council fined for improper publication of virtual advertisements and failure to comply with commitments
The body found that the media service provider, by broadcasting the content within the programme without notice, had violated the legal provision.