Bahrain to take legal action against TV jamming
- Bahrain: Saturday, September 22 - 2012 at 04:00
Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority has announced it has successfully tested a new hi-tech anti-jamming system to ensure its bouquet of TV channels broadcast without interruption, BNA has reported. The kingdom's bouquet of TV channels have been deliberately jammed for over ten days, prompting IAA officials to resort to cutting edge anti-jamming technologies to overcome the problem, the authority said, without providing further details on the source of the jamming. The new system has been tested over two days and proved efficient, ensuring programmes are broadcast uninterrupted, especially during "peak jamming time," said IAA president Sheikh Fawaz bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa. The IAA would take legal and administrative measures to protect its commercial, financial and technical rights, he added.
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