The National Communications Authority (NCA) has set out on a movement to shut down 49 Television (TV) stations for working without authorization .The NCA in a public explanation said the move shapes a piece of a relentless noticing action drove on various Satellite Free-to-Air Television stages using the Broadcast Monitoring System (BMS) and the Radio Spectrum Monitoring System (RSMS).
The National Communication Authority (NCA) said it is going to shut down 49 television stations in the country.In a press release the authority said the move forms part of a continuous monitoring exercise conducted on various Satellite Free-to-Air Television platforms using the Broadcast Monitoring System (BMS) and the Radio Spectrum Monitoring System (RSMS).
The member of parliament for Ningo Prampram Constituency, Hon Samuel Dzata Nartey George has call on the Nation Communication Authority (NCA) to close down some TV stations with immediate effect for they have every right to close them down.Hon sam George has stated that he had seen a number of debates over the closure of 49 TV stations by the National Communications Authority Ghana, and he had received a number of calls from media organizations over the validity of that action.
The National Communications Authority (NCA) on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, reported that it has set out on an activity to close down 49 (TV) stations for working without authorisations.In a proclamation to report the choice, the NCA said the move "frames a piece of a consistent observing activity led on different Satellite Free-to-Air Television stages utilizing the Broadcast Monitoring System (BMS) and the Radio Spectrum Monitoring System (RSMS).
Click on the Follow button at the right corner of this article.This will help you receive notifications from the articles I publish on this platform.The National Communications Authority (NCA) has embarked on an exercise to shut down 49 Television stations (TV) for operating without authorizations.
NCA acted in accordance with the law – Hon. Sam Dzata George supports the closure of the TV stations
The National Communication Authority (NCA) has embarked on a mass shut down of 49 TV stations on the accounts of unauthorized operation which violates the laws that govern electronic communication in Ghana.The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram constituency, Honourable Samuel Nartey George has waded into the controversies that surround the closure of these television stations.
Following the murder of a 10-year-old boy for money rituals, pressure was applied to the National Communication Authority to shut down television and radio stations that permitted fraudsters and money doublers to operate on their stations.Many people assumed that these television networks were simply promoting these programs; however, NCA discovered that many of them were not licensed.
The arrest of the Ghanaian Priestess, Patience Asiedua seems to excite some Ghanaians but as to for her to go to jail is another issue.According to the Communication Minister yesterday, she was arrested on two charges, thus operating her television station, Thunder TV without a license and claim to doubling money using her personal god known as 'Sika Gari'.
TV stations are very relevant in the community because they serve as a source of news, entertainment, sports and others.Not long ago, an incident happened in Kasoa where two boys killed a young boy for money rituals.It came to the observation that these young boys were influenced by a fetish priest on a TV station who is now in police custody.
On Tuesday 1st September 2020, the Commercial Division of the High Court in Accra dismissed a suit filed by MTN against the National Communications Authority (NCA) over NCA’s declaration of MTN as a significant market player (SMP) and the consequent intentions of the NCA to implement a host of measures to ensure a level playing field for telecom operators. In addition to the suit dismissal, the court, presided over by Justice Samuel Asiedu of the Court of Appeal with additional responsibility as a High Court
The National Communications Authority (NCA) has served notice that it will close down 49 TV channels for working without approval.The move by the National Communications Authority (NCA) comes following quite a while of observing of the different Satellite Free-to-Air Television stages utilizing the Broadcast Monitoring System (BMS) and the Radio Spectrum Monitoring System.
Due to the rise of social media in the world, Ghana has over recent days warned citizens and social media activists about fake news. It is stated in the constitution that anyone involved in fake news will be punished by the State. Section 76 of the Electronic Communications Act, of 2008 (Act 775) reads; “(1) A person who by means of electronic communications service, knowingly sends a communication which is false or misleading and likely to prejudice the efficiency of life saving service or to endanger the