Armenia restricts foreign channels

Broadband TV News
Aug 6 2020

Armenia’s president Armen Sargsyan has signed off a law that restricts the terrestrial distribution of foreign TV channels.

Interfax reports that the restrictions also apply to Russian channels.

It adds that the law legislation, entitled On Audiovisual Media, was passed by the Armenian parliament and envisages that foreign channels will only be able to be distributed without a licence on a public multiplex on the basis of an interstate agreement between Armenia and another country.


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