Seimas orders at least 90% of TV content in EU languages
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Content in the official languages of the European Union (EU) should make at least 90 percent of rebroadcast television content offered in every package of programs, according to a bill approved by the Lithuanian parliament on Thursday.
Lithuania's parliament has opened discussions in the requirement submitted by the opposition conservatives, suggesting that at least 90 percent of rebroadcast television content should be dubbed or subtitled in languages of the European Union (EU), however, voted down the amendment to earmark half of television air to European production.
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