October 08, 2021
Published 8 days ago
ISLAMABAD —A proposal has been finalized to charge private television channels for the live telecast of the parliament proceedings, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry said during a meeting of the Senate committee.
The private TV channels would have to pay for showing the content of the PTV Parliament so that the state-owned channel could be run on a sustainable model through income generation.
The minister also presented an example of the BBC charging 100 pounds for its services.
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