The French Competition Authority orders interim measures to address competition concerns in the public radio broadcasting sector (TDF)

Press Release published on the official website of the French Competition Authority.

The Conseil de la concurrence observes the end of TDF's monopoly on broadcasting programmes for Radio France and imposes interim measures.* In a decision dated 1st December 2003, the Conseil de la concurrence imposed interim measures against TDF. The measures were intended to ensure that the public radio broadcasting sector could be opened up to competition, in accordance with the objectives of European Directive 2002/77/CE of 16th September 2002 (which should have been transposed into national law by 25th July 2003 at the latest). Towercast's complaint On 25th July 2003, the Conseil de la concurrence received a complaint from the company Towercast, a fully-owned subsidiary of the radio broadcasting group NRJ Group, which claims to be France's leading private FM radio

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority orders interim measures to address competition concerns in the public radio broadcasting sector (TDF), 1 December 2003, e-Competitions Bulletin Direct effect, Art. N° 61677

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