1 edition of Statutory instruments, 1981, no. 1806. Broadcasting. The Broadcasting Act 1980 (Channel Islands) Order 1981. found in the catalog.
Statutory instruments, 1981, no. 1806. Broadcasting. The Broadcasting Act 1980 (Channel Islands) Order 1981.
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|Other titles||Broadcasting Act 1980 (Channel Islands);.|
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Act No. of as amended, taking into account amendments up to Enhancing Online Safety for Children Amendment Act An Act relating to broadcasting services, datacasting services, online services and content services, and for related purposes: Administered by: Communications and the Arts. 1. This Act may be cited as the Broadcasting and Radio Re- Shurttitlr. Diffusion Act. (1) In this Act- Interprets- "broadcasting" means either sound broadcasting or:2, television broadcasting or both; s. ~(8). "commercial matter" means matter of any description which is broadcast with the intention of influencing S. 2(b).
to enable political parties to broadcast election programmes for Parliamentary elections free of charge; and (e) [Repealed] (f) to repeal the Broadcasting Act ; and (g) to provide for matters incidental thereto. Title paragraph (e): repealed, on 28 February , by section 30 of the Television New Zealand Act ( No 1). existing legal framework that applies to various broadcast technologies that are currently in use in India. The statutory basis of government monopoly of the broadcast sector, which was widespread until the emergence of satellite television in the s, can be traced to the year-old Indian Telegraph Act of The Act states that the.
Broadcasting - Broadcasting - Broadcasting systems: Most observers recognize that no broadcast organization can be wholly independent of government, for all of them must be licensed in accordance with international agreements. Although broadcasters in democratic countries pride themselves on their freedom with respect to their governments, they are not always free of stockholder or advertiser. Public Broadcasting Amendments Act of hearings before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Consumer Protection, and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, on H.R. , and H.R. April 28
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3) Regulations The Broadcasting Act (c. 68) is an Act of the Parliament of the United effect of the Act was to consolidate the previous Independent Broadcasting Actsand and the Broadcasting Act The Act was repealed by the Broadcasting Act It was under this Act (and the BBC Licence and Agreement) that the Sinn Féin broadcast ban from to was.
This Order extends the Broadcasting Act as amended by the Cable and Broadcasting Act and the Broadcasting Act to the Channel Islands with the adaptations and modifications specified in the Schedule to the Order. The Orders in Council which extended provisions consolidated in the Act ofor enactments repealed by such provisions, are revoked.
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UK Statutory Instruments: The Broadcasting Act (Jersey) (No. 2) Order No. Short Title. Marginal note: Short title 1 This Act may be cited as the Broadcasting Act. PART I General Interpretation. Marginal note: Definitions 2 (1) In this Act. broadcasting. broadcasting means any transmission of programs, whether or not encrypted, by radio waves or other means of telecommunication for reception by the public by means of broadcasting receiving apparatus, but.
Broadcasting Act CHAPTER An Act to consolidate the Independent Broadcasting Authority Actsand and the Broadcasting Act An Act to consolidate the Independent Broadcasting Authority Actsand and the Broadcasting Act ACT To repeal the Broadcasting Act, (Act No.
73 of ), so as to establish a new broadcasting policy for the Republic; to amend certain provisions of the Independent Broadcasting Authority Act, (Act No. of); to clarify the powers of the Minister in regard to policy formulation and the Authority's powers. an act to make further provision in relation to broadcasting and wireless telegraphy and for this purpose to amend the broadcasting authority acts, tothe radio and television act,and the wireless telegraphy acts, toand to provide for other matters connected with the matters aforesaid.[24th july, ].
be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows. The Broadcasting Act ( c. 64) was an Act of Parliament in the United was repealed by the Broadcasting Actthough the provisions of the Act remained in force.
The most significant effect of the Act was to amend the Independent Broadcasting Authority Actgiving the Independent Broadcasting Authority the power to provide a second television station. An Act to regulate dealing in, the operation of and ownership in broadcasting services and broadcasting apparatus, and for matters connected therewith.
[34/] [1st October ]. (Unofficial translation) September Act no. of 4 December relating to Broadcasting(With subsequent amendments, most recently by Act No. 98 of 17 Juneentered into force from 1 July )Cf. previous Acts: No.
13 of 24 June On 19 Octoberthe Home Secretary, Douglas Hurd, issued a notice under clause 13(4) of the BBC Licence and Agreement to the BBC and under section 29(3) of the Broadcasting Act to the Independent Broadcasting Authority prohibiting the broadcast of direct statements by representatives or supporters of eleven Irish political and military organisations.
an act to revise the law relating to broadcasting services and content and for that purpose to establish an authority to be known as, in the english language, the broadcasting authority of ireland or, in the irish language, ÚdarÁs craolachÁin na hÉireann, to dissolve the broadcasting commission of ireland and the broadcasting complaints commission, to amend and repeal certain enactments.
used for broadcasting or local broadcasting or for the retransmission of broadcasts or local broadcasts requires a licence from the Ministry or from such party as the Ministry designates.
Licences will be granted in conjunction with the allocation of frequency capacity pursuant to Act No. 83 of 4 July relating to electronic communications.
an act to amend the broadcasting authority acts, toto amend the wireless telegraphy act,and to provide for other matters connected with the foregoing.[21st december, ]. be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows. an act to enable an authority to be established for the purpose of providing a national television and sound broadcasting service, to amend and extend the wireless telegraphy acts, andand to provide for matters connected with the matters aforesaid.
[12th april, ] be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows:— interpretation. Broadcasting Act (with its variations) is a stock short title used for legislation in Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom that relates to Bill for an Act with this short title will usually have been known as a Broadcasting Bill during its passage through Parliament.
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Title Publish Date Gazette Number Download; Title. An Act to consolidate the Independent Broadcasting Authority Actsand and the Broadcasting Act [30th October ] B e it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same.Broadcasting Act in Canada Delegated Regulations of the Broadcasting Act.
The following subordinate legislation were released under the authority of the Broadcasting Act. Statutory Instruments, including regulations, are concerned with highly specific legislative detail while enabling statutes, like the Broadcasting Act, deal more with general matters or principles for the subject (as in .Cable and Broadcasting Act (Commencement No.3) Order SI / Broadcasting (Extension of Duration of IBA's Function) Order SI / Medicines (Products Other Than Veterinary Drugs) (Prescription Only) Amendment Order SI /