NCC, CABLE DISTRIBUTORS AGREE TO JOINTLY CLEANSE THE SECTOR

 

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The National Communication Council on Thursday, July 16, 2015 presented cable television distributors with innovations in the regulation of their sector as spelt out in the April 20 2015 law governing audiovisual media activities in Cameroon.

 

 

 

This was at a meeting which brought together Council officials led by President Peter Essoka and representatives of Canal + Afrique, TV CAM, Creolink Communications, TNT Africa, SWECOM and SYNATECC.

The meeting, Mr. Peter Essoka said, was also meant to address rampant illegality in the sector and the rift between Canal + and local operators it accuses of unlawfully exploiting its content.

At the close of the gathering, all the cable television distribution services were given a thirty-day deadline to present their statuses to the Council as a first step towards operating legally.

Canal + Afrique also agreed to prepare an offer to be presented to local operators within thirty days which would permit them exploit its content legally.

Such an overture, Mr. Essoka said, will stave off an unjust monopoly by Canal + and ensure the survival of national operators. In order to make the sector a sane one, he added that such gatherings will take place more often.

The July 16 meeting follows that which took place on June 27, 2014.

 

 

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