The Superintendent of Information, Carlos Ochoa, in an interview with a local media, stated that most of the mass media violate the Communications Act, according to a study.
The official reported that the Superintendence ordered to undertake a study “of all media in the country” to “make a work of pedagogy.”
“If you saw the result of this study, you would realize how many times most of the media of violates the law,” said Ochoa, without specifying which ones he refered. He added that the analysis was done in “radio, press and television during 24 hours.”
Ochoa plans to meet with directors of the media (he did not specify when), to “point out which aspects of the law are being violated.”