Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ)

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    Decoders needed to access Zimbabwe’s newest TV stations

    MEMBERS of the public are not going to be able to view newly licensed television stations using their analogue television sets and will have to buy decoders which will enable access, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) has said. BAZ last week announced that Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN) and five other television stations were awarded national commercial free-to-air television licences.…

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    MISA says new TV licence holders are linked to Zanu-PF

    By Andrew Murenha THE Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zimbabwe which advocates for media freedom and plurality says there is nothing to celebrate about the granting of six (6) new free-to-air national commercial television broadcasting service licences because the winners have links to the ruling Zanu-PF party. The media watchdog bemoaned the lack of diversity by the Broadcasting Authority…

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    Supa Mandiwanzira, ‘talkative’ Trevor Ncube denied TV licences

    By Mutsa Makuvaza GOVERNMENT has extinguished hopes by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s critic and advisor Trevor Ncube, and Zanu-PF MP (Nyanga South) Supa Mandiwanzira to be awarded TV licences. Instead, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) on Friday awarded handed licenses for the six slots available for free-to-air television licences to State-owned Zimpapers, and to companies owned by the Ministry of Defence…

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