Information Minister Ramzi Joreige Tuesday announced a set of legislative measures he hopes will assist struggling newspapers and a state-run radio channel.
Fadlallah echoed Joreige’s remarks. He emphasized that a state of Tele Liban is deteriorating, generally during a executive level.
Tele Liban was launched in 1959, creation it Lebanon’s oldest radio station.
Joreige and Fadlallah elaborated on a breeze law that aims to lessen a apocalyptic state of Lebanon’s newspapers and yield financial remit and incentives.
Joreige also suggested that Nilesat has motionless to resume operations in Lebanon, months after a Egyptian satellite provider stopped broadcasting.
The association says it ceased operations usually after a agreement with a Lebanese supervision expired.
A series of other internal Lebanese channels remained permitted around Nilesat notwithstanding a company’s announcement.
Article source: http://www.dailystar.com.lb//News/Lebanon-News/2016/Aug-03/365264-joreige-announces-measures-to-aid-media.ashx