Superintendent does not rule reforms to tighten the Communications Law

The superintendent of Communication, Carlos Ochoa, said the SuperCom discusses possible reforms to the Communications Law to allow more proportionate to the offense sanctions, but for now there is no deadline for debate in the Assembly. According to El Tiempo from Cuenca, Ochoa...

Mujica intends to prevent monopolies and oligopolies with Communications Law

Uruguay’s President Jose Mujica, said that the Audiovisual Communication Services bill, next to be debated in the Senate, seeks to prevent monopolies and oligopolies in the sector. The ruling party Frente Amplio wants to establish with this law the regulation of services...

Supercom will submit specific sanctions to the Communications Law reforms

Posing specific penalties for the media will be the aim of the reforms to the Communications Law, which will be submitted by the Supercom. The proposal was expected to be delivered in October, but now the Superintendent of Communication Carlos Ochoa prefers not to give dates. On...

Cordicom launched campaign “Now my voice is heard” in Guayaquil

Yesterday morning, the Council for the Regulation and Development of Information and Communication (Cordicom), performed on the outside of the Faculty of Social Communication (FACSO), of the State University of Guayaquil, the nationwide launch of the campaign ‘Now my voice is...
Posted On 30 Oct 2014

IAPA questions Ecuadorian Communications Law

Last Sunday the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) reported a negative impact on the Press of the Communications Law, which for a year and four months, established in Ecuador that “the expression and communication have become a public service.” “A...

Superintendent of Communication seeks to radicalize sanctions through reforms

The Superintendent of Information and Communication, Carlos Ochoa, said several reforms to the Communications Law will arise to put sanctions that are proportional to the faults committed. “It can not happen that the law asks for a simple public apology, for example, in the...

Cpccs approves part of the regulation to choose media defenders

The Council of Citizen Participation (Cpccs) approved on the morning of October 7 a part of the regulations for the public contest, with which the defenders of audiences and readers of the media nationwide will be designated. 61 nationwide medias: 34 radio stations, seven...

61 media of Ecuador were rated by the national Cordicom

Sixty-one media of Ecuador (34 radio stations, 20 television stations and 7 print media ) were approved by the Council of Regulation and Development of the Information (Cordicom for its Spanish acronym) as of national character. The decision was taken by the plenary of the...
Posted On 07 Oct 2014