Submissions by SOS

A PDF of the below release can be downloaded here. MEDIA RELEASE SOS: SUPPORT PUBLIC BROADCASTING COALITION MAKES DETAILED RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE SABC TO AD HOC COMMITTEE IN PARLIAMENT SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition (“SOS”)...

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A draft proposal for the advancement of community radio and television sector was issued by the Department of Communication in June. The draft states the department’s intentions to support the community broadcast industry. Interested parties were...

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  Various members of the broadcasting community gathered at Constitutional Hill to discuss the Department of Communications draft proposal for the Community Broadcasting Support Scheme. The discussion was set to gather public opinion in order...

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DoC proposes Community Broadcasting support scheme

September 25, 2015 | 1 Comments

The Minister of Communication issued a draft proposal for the implementation of the Draft Community Broadcasting Support Scheme on 1 July 2015. The scheme is aimed at facilitating funding opportunites in the community broadcasting sector....

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After the oral hearings SOS was given the opportunity to submit further written proposals to ICASA. SOS clarified a number of the positions it put forward at the hearings. The clarifications included further discussions on...

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The Department of Communications presentation to the Local and Digital Content Summit held in Midrand in May 2010. The presentation summarised industry and civil society’s positions as regards the Department’s “Local and Digital Content Development...

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The SOS Coalition made an oral submission to ICASA on the 6th of May 2010. The submission looked at a number of issues including international limitations to ownership and control, national limitations to ownership and...

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Libby Lloyd’s presentation to an SOS workshop on digital migration held on 23 April 2010 at the Freedom of Expression Institute, Auckland Park on 23 April 2010 Digital_Migration_in_South_Africasos2010_1...

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In response to ICASA’s Discussion Paper on ownership and control issues, SOS submitted its views. SOS stated that it was important that ICASA took as its starting point the proposals put forward in its 2004...

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