The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) has set dates for public enquiries on the suitability for licensing on shortlisted candidates who intend to offer free-to-air nationwide industrial tv broadcasting providers within the nation.
“…by way of Part 10 (6) of the Broadcasting Companies Act [Chapter: 12:06], the shortlisted candidates printed herein are required to attend public inquiries to find out the candidates’ suitability to be licenced for the availability of Free-to-air Nationwide Business Tv Broadcasting Companies,” partly wrote BAZ in a discover this week.
“The Authority shall maintain the general public inquiries on-line through Zoom Webinar consistent with Authorities preventative measures of curbing the unfold of Covid19. All individuals will likely be required to register inorder to take part within the digital conferences,” mentioned the general public authority.
“On the day of the general public inquiry, members of the general public could submit oral and written representations to the individuals conducting the inquiry, topic to any restrictions that the Authority could put in place to protect order”.
Out of the 14 candidates who have been lately shortlisted by BAZ, solely six will likely be licenced to open new industrial TV stations within the landlocked southern African nation.
The state-controlled Zimbabwe Broadcasting Company (ZBC) has monopoly within the free-to-air broadcasting providers within the nation.
See the hooked up BAZ discover of invitation to public inquiries beneath:
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