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Presented by: Anuja KhadkaBachelors in Media Studies
 To protect and promote the freedom of expression and the right to beinformed guaranteed to the people by the Constitutio...
 Supervision and operation of programs relating tobroadcasting. Prohibition on broadcasting without license. Applicatio...
 Participation of private sector in production andbroadcasting of program. Provision of time to foreign broadcasting ins...
 All citizens are not receiving messages equally So many issues rising regarding visual ethics is againstharmony News a...
 Prohibition on making of advertisement with matters ofVulgar type Political neutrality ?
 Sabaikalagisikchya (2009, May 11). The NationalBroadcasting act 2049 (1993). Sabaikalagisikchya.http://sabaikalagishiksh...
National Broadcasting Act - NEPAL
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National Broadcasting Act - NEPAL

  1. 1. Presented by: Anuja KhadkaBachelors in Media Studies
  2. 2.  To protect and promote the freedom of expression and the right to beinformed guaranteed to the people by the Constitution of Nepal To make economic, social and cultural activities reach to all citizens ofNepal through broadcast mechanism To promote awareness, equality, mutual good faith, establish harmonythrough broadcasting system Expedient to make legal provisions on the broadcasting without anyobstruction for the flow of message and right to information To inform about impartial as well as authentic news To make broadcasting media reliable, credible, effective and strong with theuse of modern technology
  3. 3.  Supervision and operation of programs relating tobroadcasting. Prohibition on broadcasting without license. Application for license. Issuance of license. Powers to prevent broadcasting. Power to cancel license of broadcasting institution. Special provisions on establishment of earth station Broadcasting and distribution fee. Production and broadcasting of programs.
  4. 4.  Participation of private sector in production andbroadcasting of program. Provision of time to foreign broadcasting institution orcommunication media. Provision of time to broadcast advertisement. Prohibitions on broadcasting of advertisement.- Functions, duties and powers of broadcaster Punishment Appeal Security Delegation of Powers Powers to frame Rules Prevalence of prevailing law. Saving
  5. 5.  All citizens are not receiving messages equally So many issues rising regarding visual ethics is againstharmony News about impartiality is barely presented. Partialityis practiced by the government itself behind the curtainseveral times Programs prioritized by Acts doesn’t includeentertainment programs
  6. 6.  Prohibition on making of advertisement with matters ofVulgar type Political neutrality ?
  7. 7.  Sabaikalagisikchya (2009, May 11). The NationalBroadcasting act 2049 (1993). Sabaikalagisikchya.http://sabaikalagishikshya.blogspot.com/2009/05/national-broadcasting-act-2049-1993.html Moic (). Rastriya Prasharan Ain,2049.Ministry ofInformation and Communications.http://moic.gov.np/acts-regulations/rastriya-prasaran-ain.pdf

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