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The license can be amended. At the holder’s request, basic programming requirements from the license may be amended, however the purpose and basic programming premises may not be changed significantly. Additional programming requirements may not be changed.


Yes. The Mass Media Act defines in Article 132 that a company or a sole proprietor who broadcasts a radio channel without a license is to be fined.


The Audiovisual Media Services Directive does not apply to radio channels, as it only governs visual media services with or without sound. The Directive does not apply to radio channels. EU members regulate this area on the level of national law.


If you want to cease being a radio channel broadcaster, you should submit a request for deletion from the media register to the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport. Based on the Ministry’s decision on the deletion of the media outlet from the media register, the radio broadcasting license will be suspended as determined by the Mass Media Act.


First you must be entered in the Media Register at the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport. Then you have to enter radio broadcasting as your activity in the company register. Being entered in the media and company registers is a precondition for acquiring the radio broadcasting license, which is issued by the Agency.


At the holder’s request, the rights from the license may be transferred to another legal or natural person who meets the criteria for acquiring the license. Programming requirements linked to the license must remain unchanged.


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