Gov’t retrieves frequencies from ex-KMT stations

The China Post
Date: April 16, 2017
By: The China Post news staff

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Broadcasting Corp. of China (BCC), Taiwan’s largest radio broadcast network, saw two of its FM frequencies terminated beginning Saturday 12 a.m., in accordance with an administrative decree issued by the National Communications Commission (NCC).

The audience of the BCC’s Formosa Network (寶島網) and

i-Radio Network (音樂網) can

now only listen to programs of the two networks online through apps.

Their frequencies will be used for two new national networks, one for Hakka speakers and the other for indigenous peoples, which will be run by the Hakka Affairs Council and the Indigenous People Cultural Foundation, respectively, according to the NCC.

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