Wednesday, March 30, 2011

New rules to give Hungarian music a boost on radio

Representatives of Hungary’s music industry have welcomed plans by the media authority to boost the ratio of domestic music on the country’s airwaves. Tamas Kollarik, a member of the Media Council, told a news conference after meeting music industry reps on Tuesday that the authority would monitor programming to ensure that the mandatory quotas to be introduced gradually - 35 percent for commercial broadcasters and 50 percent for public-service broadcasters - would be abided by.

(Source: MTI via Media Network Weblog)

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