October 03, 2016
ISLAMABAD – Electronic media watchdog PEMRA Monday decided to link airing of Indian content to the proportion allowed by that country for telecasting Pakistani material on their screens.
In this connection, a summary has been dispatched to the federal government featuring relevant recommendations. The decision came during the authority’s 119th meeting at the PEMRA headquarters in Islamabad.
PEMRA said as a result of these recommendations, the policy made during Pervez Musharraf’s era would stand abolished with the industry getting a boost.
The watchdog warned that after October 15, it will start a crackdown against illegal channels and those airing illegal content. It said it was in contact with the federal and provincial governments and their institutions in this regard.
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