TV regulator’s council must be to push forward with licensing

1 November 2015
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The council of Greece’s TV and radio regulator, ESR, must be set up so that the TV licensing procedure can begin quickly, State Minister Nikos Pappas said in an interview with Greek daily Real News on Sunday.

According to the paper, Pappas is optimistic the procedure will be completed soon by the Conference of Parliament Presidents considering that, despite criticism from the opposition parties on the media bill passed by parliament, there was “a climate of wider consensus on crucial articles” which constitutes “a good starting point”.

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