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Argentina - New broadcast media law is constitutional, supreme court rules

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Argentina's supreme court ruled yesterday that a new broadcast media law known as the Audiovisual Communication Services Law (LSCA) is constitutional, thereby rejecting an appeal by the Clarín multimedia group, which objected to some of its articles. Approved by congress in 2009, the law would have taken effect in December 2012 but for Clarín's appeal. The new regulatory body created by the law, the Federal Agency for Audiovisual Communication Services (AFSCA), announced that it will take (...)

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