television licence

(redirected from Radio license)
Related to Radio license: Radio licence
Translations

television licence

n (Brit) → abbonamento alla televisione
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Silver presents a study guide for the final step in the amateur radio license ladder, that grants users full access to the entire amateur radio frequency spectrum granted to amateurs by the US Federal Communications Commission.
5 million for the FM Radio license of Jaranwala, Rs 19 million for DG Khan, Rs 17.
Shams Radio Consortium won Saudi Arabia's fifth FM radio license on Saturday, following a SAR60 million bid.
Youthcomm radio, which has been running for eight years, has been launched on the FM frequency after bosses at Ofcom granted them a community radio license.
Toronto -- In April 2006, the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission granted an FM radio license to Rainbow Media Group for a station devoted to "gay" and lesbian listening; such self-identified individuals number about 80,000 in the Greater Toronto Area.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 January 2006-TeliaSonera Finland to appeal Finnish GSM 900 radio license decision(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Ofcom is expected to issue a new commercial radio license for South Wales next year.
The bill also included a rise in radio license fees from $1.
First he used his amateur radio license to set up a wireless network over a 35-mile radius in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Central Radio is asking people to give airtime to their views on its website as it battles 11 other bidders to gain the new regional radio license for the West Midlands.
Ofcom, the UK's independent communications regulator, recently announced that Absolute Radio International (ARI), who launched their bid with the JACK-FM format, successfully won the new FM radio license for Oxford and the surrounding South Oxfordshire area.
PEMRA will award at least one FM Radio license in each city, adding the bidding process will be constituted by the PEMRA committee, set up for this purpose.