Strengthening the Dept. of Comms

Here is the eTV submission on the Public Service Broadcasting Bill, 2009 submitted on the 15th of January 2010. e-tv_PSB_submission...

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The SOS Coalition commissioned broadcasting consultant, Indra de Lanerolle to look at the funding issues raised by the Bill. De Lanerolle’s research paper looks at all the questions SOS needs to ask. Indra_funding_doc_-_final (1)...

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The SOS Coalition commissioned Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) to do some research on ICASA. The purpose was to assist with its submission on the Draft Public Service Broadcasting Bill, 2009. MMA researches the roles and...

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The SOS Coalition worked over the December holidays and pulled together a very comprehensive submission including annexures running into hundreds of pages! In its submission the Coalition argued that the Bill had been introduced prematurely....

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Here is the FEDUSA submission on the Draft Public Service Broadcasting Bill, 2009 submitted on the 15th of January 2010. Fedusa_submission_on_the_PBS_Bill...

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The SOS submission on the draft Public Service Broadcasting Bill included a number of annexures. Annexure B looks at the SOS’s proposals for a new broadcasting landscape. Among a number of things SOS proposes a...

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The SOS submission on the Draft Public Service Broadcasting Bill included a number of annexures. Annexure C includes an international opinion on the Bill from Canadian broadcasting expert, Toby Mendel. Mendel backs up a number...

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The SOS Coalition’s main submission on the Draft Public Service Broadcasting Bill included a number of annexures. Annexure D includes some important research funded by the Open Society Foundation – The Afrimap – South Africa...

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Kate Skinner and Tawana Kupe argue that there is no proper consultation on the radical new Public Service Broadcasting Bill. Radical_broadcasting_Bill_is_too_rushed_-_Nov_2009...

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Draft broadband policy for South Africa tabled by the Department of Communications in September 2009 broadband_policy_for_comment_DOC...

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