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PEMRA to impose a code of conduct for electronic media

PEMRA – Code of Conduct for Electronic Media

Chairman of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatroy Authority (PEMRA), Absar Alam, revealed that PEMRA will implement a Code od Conduct for Electronic Media.

Talk to the media at an auction for FM licenses for 67 cities, revealed the nose of this information.

He stressed the two main aspects. First, it is believed that this will lead to the promotion of good health and the traditions of journalism. Second, he asked the electronic media to conform to the Code of Conduct and to promote the soft image of the country.

Auction for licenses

On Tuesday, the headquarters of PEMRA additional announces sale of 33 licenses at auction for FM radio stations on top of the 34 already auction.

32 of the 34 licenses that have already offered for auction include:

Attock.
a store.
Awaran.
Benazirabad.
Bahawalnagar.
Bannu.
Bonner.
Barkan.
Chaghai.
Chicha Watni.
Dadu.
Dera Allah Yar.
Dera Murad Jamali.
Digri.
DG Khan.
Daska.
D.I.Khan.
Dyadmr.
Gilgit.
Ghizer.
Ghanche.
Gojra.
Hafiz Abad.
Hunza Nagar.
aura.
Hangu.
Jacobabad.
Ehang.
Jaranwala.
Jhangira.
Jhal Magsi.
Jafar Abad.
Not received tenders channels Barkan and Chaghai FM.

Auction the rest of the channels 33 today, will be in the bidding process for two FM licenses for the sale of 67 cities.

Speaking in terms of money, and made the highest bid for the FM radio Jaranwala, which amounted to about 20 million rupees.

Indian content broadcast
Said the nose of the ban on Indian content in Pakistan, said that across the country, conducts raids to ensure the implementation of the ban. he added,

“The introduction of the Indian prohibited content. So it’s not illegal DTH across the country.”

Mr. nose and said that “the ban, along with the confiscation of equipment, are the consequences if found guilty of any entity that broadcast the Indian broadcast content.

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