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Prevailed they say that Audio-visual Law restricts the commercial TV
The Union of Commercial Televisions Associated (Uteca) asks to the Government who the future norm exempts to them of the present loads and obligations on watch public that they have imposed

The president of the Union of Commercial Televisions Associated (Uteca), Jose Manuel Lara Bosch, attacked against the future General Law Audiovisual, a normative project that is thought essentially to impose duties, obligations and restrictions to the private sector. Lara Bosch noticed that the first draft of audio-visual Law regulates barely to the public televisions, and although it changes the system of concessions by the one of licenses, to the private televisions has not risen not one of the loads and obligations to them on watch public that they have at the moment imposed.

The president of Uteca also rejected that the autonomic TV is the future outside the jurisdiction of State Audio-visual Means Advice, like the supervision, inspection and control of the national public TV, although recognized that the writing of the project of public law of RTV has stopped being “so vague” when establishing limits to the access to the publicity market.

Indeed state other of the points was the debate on the future Audio-visual Advice that greater interest provoked. The Secretary General of Telecinco, Mario Rodriguez, centered his critics in three aspects: the composition - it is necessary to give capacity to representatives of the audio-visual sector, the scope of competition - is precise to include to the autonomic and local transmitters and the sanctioning regime - a very serious vagueness at the time of fixing the catalog of infractions exists.

The delegated adviser of Antenna 3, Mauritius Carlotti, on the other hand, centered his speech in RTVE and in how he must be the model of public TV. Carlotti mentioned up to three deficiencies of the legislative project that will see the light in the next weeks: It does not clarify what is public service, does not establish the limits of the publicity of the public televisions and it does not delimit the resources of these chains either. Carlos Abbot, chief of a main directorate of Sogecable, approached the subject of the TDT and demanded a greater consideration of the cable and the satellite in the transition to this technology.

(ABC, 15-11-05)

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