Strengthening the management of ground receiving facilities for satellite television broadcasting inPosted by: admin | Posted on: March 21, 2017
Reporters in Xining city article wide Bureau, the Municipal Tourism Bureau held the city’s star hotels and the person in charge of law enforcement officers at all levels of satellite television ground receiving facilities management courses learned, illegal installation of satellite television ground receiving facilities of the hotel, accounting for more than 60% of the total number of hotels in the city. Currently, these illegal hotel has been rectification. Therefore, the training course held in Xining City, the first charge from the star hotel and help people at all levels of law enforcement personnel to master the ground satellite receiving facilities outside of the program content of the management, to strengthen the management of Xining ground satellite receiving facilities.
at the end of December last year, Xining city to carry out illegal sales, installation and use of satellite television ground receiving facilities of special rectification work. City cultural market comprehensive law enforcement brigade inspector in the law enforcement inspection found that the major hotels and restaurants in Xining city are common for satellite television broadcast ground receiving facilities management laws and regulations do not know much or no understanding of the situation. Unauthorized establishment of "front" and "small" illegal and unauthorized illegal use of foreign programs, installation permit watch overseas channel and other illegal phenomenon in some hotels and restaurants still exist. Up to now, the law enforcement inspectors brigade four district hotel, guest house, 379, investigate and deal with the demolition of the satellite TV reception pot 241, the receiver of the 1609 units. At the same time, the site will not cooperate with the demolition of the 131 issued a deadline for rectification notice, the rectification is still not yet due to the 2 economic penalties and forced removal. (author: Wang Zi)