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Argentina - Last-minute court ruling delays application of new broadcasting law

Reporters without borders
The Argentine media group Clarin obtained an eleventh-hour ruling yesterday delaying the application of a section of the country's new media law which would have forced it to give up some of its broadcasting licences. The Civil and Commercial Court extended the deadline for the application of article 161 of the Audiovisual Communication Services (SCA) bill, known in Spanish as the Ley de Medios. The decision has had the effect of postponing the bill's entry into force, originally scheduled (...)

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