PEMRA Approves Landing Rights Permission For Foreign TV Channels

PEMRA Approves Landing Rights Permission For Foreign TV Channels


Sumera Saeed | December 12, 2017 | category: News

PEMRA Approves Landing Rights Permission For Foreign TV Channels. The 136th Authority Meeting of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) on Tuesday approved the request of M/s INDIGO Entertainment (Pvt.) Ltd, Lahore with regard to grant of landing rights permission for the foreign satellite TV Channels “Fight Sports” in ‘Sports’ category and “DreamsWorks Animation” in Children category.
The Authority also approved restoration of two Satellite TV Channels namely, “Business Plus” and “Zaiqa TV” which the regulatory Authority had earlier suspended due to the licensee’s failure to clear outstanding dues before the deadline.

The channels were restored after the management agreed to pay off all the outstanding dues on time.
The Authority also discussed the various cases of PEMRA pending in courts and appreciated PEMRA, its legal wing and the committee’s integrity and active role in pursuing these cases in a professional manner.
The meeting was attended by Member Punjab, Ms. Nargis Nasir, Member KP, Ms. Shaheen Habibullah, Federal Interior Secretary Mr. Arshad Mirza and Federal Information Secretary, Mr. Ahmed Nawaz Khan Sukhera. PEMRA Chairman Mr. Absar Alam presided over the Authority Meeting.
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