Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Modificari la Legea Concurentei

Modificari la Legea Concurentei: O decizie a Consiliului Concurentei poate fi suspendata doar dupa ce se plateste 30% din amenda stabilita. Autoritatile publice pot primi amenzi de pana la 40.000 lei.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

News Corp would own:


Britain's first satellite broadcaster passed its long-held target of 10 million customers last month, giving it access to 36 percent of households in UK and Ireland. Sky News, the broadcaster's most relevant channel in terms of influence over public opinion, started in 1989 and had the 24-hour TV news market to itself until the state-owned BBC [BBC.UL] started a news channel in 1997. Sky News now has 0.5 percent of Britain's total TV audience, compared with BBC News's 0.9 percent. News Corp currently owns 39 percent of BSkyB.


With a daily circulation of 466,000, The Times is Britain's second-most popular quality daily after the Daily Telegraph. The Times stopped revealing online audience figures ahead of putting up a paywall around The Times, the Sunday Times and the News of the World websites this year, but in November it said it had about 200,000 paying online readers for the Times and Sunday Times -- about one-tenth of its previous online readership. Britain's leading online newspaper is the Daily Mail's (DMGOa.L) MailOnline, with 2.94 average daily users, followed by the Guardian with 2.32 million. The BBC's main UK site is Britain's most popular online news destination and attracts about four times as many users as MailOnline.


Britain's most popular quality Sunday newspaper with an average circulation of 1.05 million.


The tabloid is Britain's most popular daily newspaper with an average circulation of 2.9 million. It backed Conservative David Cameron, who went on to become prime minister, in this year's national parliamentary elections.