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Fiji TV assures compliance

Nasik Swami
Saturday, April 05, 2014

FIJI Television Limited has assured it will comply with orders made by the Media Industry Development Authority on Thursday.

The broadcaster, in an announcement to the South Pacific Stock Exchange yesterday, acknowledged it had received its response from MIDA to the complaint made by the Information Ministry against the company.

"Fiji TV will comply with all the key points for MIDA's response to the complaints. We will continue to work closely with MIDA to ensure that all our reporting clearly abide by the media code of ethics and practice under the Media Development Decree 2010," the statement said.

MIDA director Matai Akauola said the authority welcomed the decision from Fiji TV that it would comply with the regulations.








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