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Full ad-ban on French public television


Well this is perfect for my 1st entry to this blog.

It's hard to keep up with the french tv ad-ban saga as Senate and parliamentary assembly are still fighting each others on details.

We've been talking about this ban for years... Now in November the national assembly (the lower house of the french parliament) decided to keep advertising on TV. But this Sunday the Senate (the upper parliamentary chamber) voted for a total ad supression starting in...2016 (better late than never).

Next step on Dec 13th when they should try to take a final decision together.


Here's more info (yes it's in French sorry)



Against expectations, advertising will be fulling banned from France Televisions.

A joint commity from the National Assembly and the Senate decided to follow the Upper parliamentary chamber on their vote for a full ban ad
starting January 1st 2016.
The other surprise is how they plan to finance this ban: Internet advertisers will be taxed 1per cent when buying online ad space.

It's not enterely done yet as there is one final vote to come and the government can ammend the text.



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