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His ATV film on the life of Collins, entitled Hang Out Your Brightest Colours was banned by the Independent Broadcasting Authority, which called it 'an incitement to disorder'.
The Independent Broadcasting Authority announced that the breakfast contract would go to TV-am which would launch in 1983.
They successfully beat off competition to win a contract from the Independent Broadcasting Authority.
A further communication fragmentation is the way our Independent Broadcasting Authority, which controls the airwaves, is granting licenses for community radio stations that can offer fare in the language(s) of their choice.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) was established in July 2000, following the merger of the South African Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (SATRA) and the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA).
Bharat Telecom Ltd (BTL) introduced in 2012 is still waiting for the essential authorization of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to start its IPTV in Mauritius.
The session, which focused on the media coverage of the upcoming legislative and presidential elections, also decided that the Independent Broadcasting Authority (HAICA) ensures compliance with specifications for both public radio and television stations and candidates and conducts periodic reports on candidates to be sent to the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE).
But the Independent Broadcasting Authority ordered a shake-up in the shareholding structure of ATV Midlands in an attempt to prune its power.
My preferred model is the old Independent Broadcasting Authority system in which there was clear water between the authority itself and the companies which were offered licences on a regional basis.
Plans announced by the Independent Broadcasting Authority brought hopes that Huddersfield could have both commercial and BBC radio stations by 1979.
1977: A watchdog committee was seeking urgent talks with the Independent Broadcasting Authority ``over fears of an increase in the number of foreign films shown on British TV.

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