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ARY News back on air

ISLAMABAD: ARY News banned by Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) just two days ago, was back on air Wednesday following the orders of the Sindh High Court.

 

The regulatory authority issued a notification directing the cable operators across the country to restore the transmission, as ordered by the court.

 

The channel was taken off air on Monday for airing a defamatory program against th

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ARY News back on air

Channel 24 set for launch

ISLAMABAD: Channel 24 Television, Pakistan's first current affairs based channel is to go on air on October 22 with a launch ceremony at Lahore.

 

Two other channels - BOL and 92 News are also likely to hit the airwaves this year.

 

Prominent among those to have joined Channel 24 are Ayaz Amir, Dr. Shahid Masood, Sami Ibrahim, Asma Chaudhry, Naseem Zehra, Mujhaid Bralvi, Orya Maqbool Jan. Zahid Hussain an

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Channel 24 set for launch

PEMRA silences ARY News for 15 days

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) on Monday decided to suspend the license of ARY News for 15 days while slapping a fine of Rs 10 million for defaming the judiciary.

 

According to arynews.tv, the decision was taken at a PEMRA meeting in which controversial PEMRA Chief, Pervez Rathore played a key role.

 

The appointment of Pervez Rathore has already been c

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PEMRA silences ARY News for 15 days

Another news channel on the horizon

ISLAMABAD: 92 News, Pakistan's first HD news, current affairs and infotainment channel will go on air this year, according to its advertisement published Sunday.

 

The advert seeking candidates for a string of positions tells them to "be a part of a dynamic team led by top media professionals.

 

The channel is a project by Pakistan's leading group of industries, which is also making major contrib

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PEMRA bans 'Khara Such'

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) on Saturday banned ARY News anchor Mubashir Lucman's programme ‘Khara Such’.

 


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