February 04, 2016
ISLAMABAD - The Council of Complaints of PEMRA has recommended fines on Royal TV, Channel 24 and Din News for not adhering to repeated summons in various pending complaints.
A press release of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority said the Council met in Lahore Thursday and took serious notice of the casual attitude of these channels. The Council has therefore recommended that fines of Rs 100,000 on Royal TV, Rs 50,000 (Channel 24) and Rs30,000 on Din News be imposed. It also directed the relevant authority to have all outstanding dues and fines recovered from the three channels within a month.
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