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Uruguay - Deputies pass amended broadcasting law, new challenge ahead

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders welcomes the Chamber of Deputies' approval of the proposed Broadcasting Communication Services Law (LSCA) by 50 votes to 35 on 10 December and reiterates its support for this law, which it regards as a broadcasting regulation model for the region. “The LSCA takes pains to guarantee that the concentration of broadcast media ownership is reduced and that frequencies are redistributed fairly, without any control on content and without pressure on the editorial policies (...)

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