Poland’s National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) has called on all TV and radio broadcasters holding a Polish licence to submit details of their current ownership structure.
Polish senators have in a joint committee meeting decided to reject in its entirety a controversial draft amendment to the Broadcast Act – the so-called ‘Lex TVN’ – that could see Discovery being forced to exit the country.
Poland’s president Andrzej Duda has indicated he may veto controversial amendments to broadcast legislation that could result in Discovery being forced to exit the country.
The Discovery-owned Polish national commercial broadcaster TVN has obtained a Dutch licence for its news channel TVN24.
The Polish parliament (Sejm) has approved amendments to the country’s Broadcast Law that could result in Discovery Communications being forced to exit the country.
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has undertaken four actions against media service irregularities, two of which were committed by TVN and UPC Polska.
A parliamentary commission has approved the so-called ‘TVN Law’ that could result in Discovery being forced to exit the Polish market.
A parliamentary debate on controversial amendments to Poland’s Broadcasting Act that could see the Discovery-owned Polish national broadcaster TVN lose all its licences has been put back until next month.
UPDATE.A group of Polish MPs from the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party have submitted draft amendments to the Broadcasting Act to the Sejm (parliament). If accepted, they could result in the national broadcaster TVN, which is owned by Discovery, losing all its licences.
The Polish broadcaster TVN and national transmission company Emitel have begun DVB-T2/HEVC tests in the city of Gdansk.