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Two satellite channels, one radio station granted licences

By JT - Mar 31,2016 - Last updated at Mar 31,2016

AMMAN — The Jordan Media Commission on Thursday granted broadcast licences to two satellite channels and a radio station.

The commission’s director general, Amjad Qadi, said the two satellite channels are the Jordan-based, Libyan 2018 and Ordun Al Marah while the radio station is affiliated with Zarqa Private University.

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EXCELLENT MOVE THAT WILL STIMULATE THE INDUSTRY BY OFFERING ALTERNATIVES, DECREASE PRICES AND ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO
OBTAIN THESE PROGRAMS BY FRAUD. THIS WILL ALSO GENERATE REVENUE AS LEGAL SUBSCRIBERS INCREASES. IT IS THE FIRST STEEP TOWARDS COMPETITIVE FREE MARKET. GOOD NEWS.

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