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Broadcast Regulation  |  Zambia: Regulator Reminds Channel To Guard Against Misconduct

Further to its previous warning for the airing of materials that conflicts with the Zambian broadcasting code of conduct, Muvi Television, the country's first private commercial television station, is in the dog-house again!.   The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) summoned ...
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Broadcast Regulation  |  Zambia: Regulator Urges Broadcasters To Follow Code Of Conduct

The first private commercial television station in Zambia, Muvi Television, and other broadcasting stations, has received a warning from the Independent Broadcasting Authority of Zambia (IBA) to guard against the airing of materials that conflict with the broadcasting code of ...
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Zambia Welcomes New Board For Independent Broadcasting Authority

Zambia’s Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Dora Siliya, introduced a new seven-member board of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) earlier this week. The new board comprises of Sipho Phiri, Beatrice Mwansa, Chanda Kasolo, Claire Limbwambwa, Chalimba Phiri, Margaret Kaniki ...

IBA Shuts Down Zambia’s Lutanda Radio For Promoting Tribalism And Hate Speech -Reports

The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has announced that it has with immediate effect suspended the broadcasting license for Zambia’s Lutanda Radio Station for 30 days after the station broadcast a story with the potential to promote hate speech. IBA’s Director-General ...

Independent Broadcast Authority Issues New Directive To Zambia’s Radio, TV Stations

The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has given a new directive that all TV and radio stations in Zambia should start submitting broadcast recordings to the Authority every two weeks. The IBA’s Director-General Josephine Mapoma released a statement saying that the ...

Zambia Defends Prime TV License Suspension

Chanda Kasolo, the Permanent Secretary of the Zambian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Services, justified as correct the recent suspension of the Prime TV license. Earlier this month, the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) suspended the Lusaka-based private television station’s licence, ...