|Chapter 2||Application Round and Submission of Applications|
|Chapter 3||Decision on and payment of grants|
|Chapter 4||Reporting and knowledge sharing|
|Chapter 5||Accounting and auditing|
|Chapter 8||Entry into force|
Annunciation of support for training activities for non-commercial local radio and television
In accordance with section 92 (a) on the radio and television company, cf. Law Order no. 988 of 6. October 2011, shall be determined :
§ 1. The radio and television board shall grant an application grant to training activities for non-commercial local radio and television.
§ 2. The radio and television board may grant grants to training activities for non-commercial local radio and television broadcasters operating under the authorisation of the Radio and TV Board pursuant to section 45 (2). 1 and 2, and to non-commercial local radio stations engaged in programme activities pursuant to section 47 (4). 1, in the radio and television television slop, cf. Law Order no. 988 of 6. October 2011. In addition, grants to training activities for non-commercial stations and transmitting activities may be granted, as well as high schools and other educational establishments.
Paragraph 2. Deposits for paragraph 1. 1 shall be provided for training activities with one or more of the following purposes :
1) to increase the power of software production for local radio and television,
2) to allow access to the local radio and television media by accommodating access to local radio and television media, by facilitating access to this ; or
3) to support local radio and television media as a growth layer for programmatic experiments and innovation, as well as an educational platform in the media industry.
Paragraph 3. Deposits for paragraph 1. 1 shall not be granted to meetings, participation in conferences, courses of study and residence or other such meetings.
Application Round and Submission of Applications
§ 3. The Radio and TV Board will perform in 2013 a draft application for the provision of grants for training activities aimed at local radio activities and in 2014 for the provision of grants for training activities aimed at : local-television company.
§ 4. The radio and television board may require the application for a grant to be made on an application scheme for which the Board of the Board shall be made available. The radio and television board may set a time limit for the submission of applications. Applications received by the Danish Agency for the Management of a fixed period shall not be taken into account.
Paragraph 2. The grant application for grants shall contain the following information :
1) Name, address, phone number, email, and CPR number, or CVR and P number. If the applicant has more than one address, they shall be provided with a description of the functions being taken from the different addresses.
2) The character of the training activity, including the description of content and duration.
3) The target group, including description of how the training activity is ensured to target the desired target group.
4) Economic conditions, including the indication of the expected expenditure items and its financing in the context of the execution of the training activity.
5) The applicant ' s competence to liquidate education activity, including past experience in the implementation of education or training courses.
6) Any plans for the conclusion of partnership with other actors, including cooperation with local radio and television stations, high schools, etc.
7) Geographical location for the execution of the training activity.
Paragraph 3. The radio and television board may, by the way, require the information to be refused the request for the examination of the application. The Board may set a time limit for the submission of information. If the board is not able to obtain sufficient information, a refusal shall be made on the application.
Decision on and payment of grants
§ 5. The Radio and TV Board shall take a decision pursuant to the application for grants, cf. section 3, according to the following criteria :
1) The content of the training activity. The emphasis is given that in the supply of training activities, the provision of training activities shall be weighted in such a way as to ensure that, as far as possible, grants to both activities and the focus on the content organization of the programme-content organization ; activities with a focus on technical, economic and similar programming supporting skills, as well as activities focused on meeting the needs of minority groups and media groups in need of access to local radio and television media. Furthermore, emphasis is placed on the quality of the tendering courses.
2) Target group. The importance attaching to the participants is attached to the provisions referred to in Section 2 (2). ONE, ONE. pkt., listed non-commercial local radio stations, their organizations or transcoworkers, or that participants belong to minorities or media-vague groups, cf. Section 2 (2). 2, no. 2.
3) The competence of the applicant. The emphasis is given to the applicant ' s competence in the field of education and programme activities.
4) Intertwinning partnerships between non-commercial local radio and television stations and their organisations, etc. The emphasis is given to the exploitation of training activities in partnership with one or more stations and organisations.
5) Geographical spread among the grant-entitled activities. The emphasis is given that grants are allocated to educational activities held in various parts of the country.
Paragraph 2. The criteria referred to in paragraph 1 1 is listed in priority order. The allocation of grants is thus based on the use of the first evaluation criterion, using the subsequent criteria only if more candidates are considered to be equal from the previous criterion.
Paragraph 3. The broadcasters must also stress the fact that there is a reasonable relationship between training and the amount of aid.
§ 6. Supplements shall be granted on condition that :
1) the implementation and expenditure of the activities shall be carried out as described in the application, cf. however, section 6 (4). 2,
2) that the applicant shall report on the activities carried out, as provided for by the Radio and TV Board, cf. § 9, and
3) that the applicant shall be accountable for the activities carried out, as provided for by the Radio and TV Board, cf. § 10.
Paragraph 2. The Radio and TV Board may, in exceptional cases, approve amendments to the application. It is a condition of the grant of grants that the eligible activities are carried out in accordance with the amended application.
Paragraph 3. A grant of a grant shall be suspended if the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 are not 1-2 is not fulfilled.
§ 7. The broadcasters may grant a grant of a grant with a smaller amount than applied.
Paragraph 2. Broadly-and television-and the television board alone pledges to grant part of the aid applied, the Radio and TV Board will be able to approve in advance that the activities described in the application may be modified. The radio and television board may, as a condition of grants, determine which parts of the activities described in the application, which are to be carried out at the minimum.
Paragraph 3. Deposits shall be granted by at least 50,000 kroner.
§ 8. Applicants that are pledged for grants are paid up to 200 000 kroner. and 50%. part of the amount of the grant that exceeds 200 000 cranes when the grant of grants has been announced. The remaining 50%. in the case of the amount of the grant exceeding 200 000, shall be paid when the report and account of the activities are approved by the Radio and television board, cf. ~ § 9 and 10. ~
Reporting and knowledge sharing
§ 9. Applicants that receive grants of grants shall report to the activities of which the Radio and television Board has awarded grants. The report shall be submitted to the Radio and TV Board within one month after the date of completion of the activity, as indicated in the grant application. The Radio and TV Board may, in exceptional cases, grant a derogation for the time limit.
Paragraph 2. Applicants shall have documentation of the activities described in the provisions referred to in paragraph 1. 1 the report and the result thereof until the reports have been approved by the Radio and TV Board.
Accounting and auditing
§ 10. Applicants who are pledges for grants, cf. Section 5 shall provide a financial statement for the activities carried out by the Radio and television Board. The accounts shall be made available to the Radio and TV Board within six months of the date of completion of the activities referred to in the application for grants.
Paragraph 2. The accounts must be drawn up in the same way as the budget for the activities, so that accounting items and budget lines are directly comparable.
Paragraph 3. Deposits from the other side shall be specified in the accounts.
Paragraph 4. For each accounting item, notes can be attached to additional information about the contents of the accounting items.
Paragraph 5. The balance sheet of the accounts (net position) shall only take place where the counter-bill is involved in increasing the information value of the accounts. Receive items must be reported in notes for the accounting records.
Paragraph 6. The accounting must contain information about the accounting practice used.
Paragraph 7. The accounts must be signed by the natural person responsible for the activities or, if an organisation or other legal person is responsible for the initiative, the entire organisation or legal person ' s competent administration ; or the character of the drawing-entitled character of the organisation or the legal person ' s statutes.
Paragraph 8. Applicants must be in possession of evidence that the conditions for the broadcasters of the Radio and TV Board are met, cf. § 2.
Niner. 9. Applicants shall keep the accounts receipts for three years from the end of the financial year and at the request of the motion forward them to the Radio and TV Board.
§ 11. No audits shall be carried out where the subsidy is made up to 200 000 DKK. annually, unless otherwise provided by other legislation or provisions laid down in accordance with other legislation. The applicant shall keep an account in three years signed by the management. With its signature, the administration is in charge of the fact that the subsidy has been used for the purposes of purpose.
Paragraph 2. The provision in paragraph 1 shall be Paragraph 1 shall not prevent other public from being able to establish requirements for the review and its execution.
§ 12. Revision of the accounts of an applicant, cf. ~ 10 (1)) 7 where the subsidy amounts to more than $200,000. an annual report shall be carried out by a state certified or registered auditor or by an audit scheme, in accordance with the law of the municipality's management or by law on regions and so on.
Paragraph 2. In order to change the auditor, the applicant shall notify the name and address of the acceding auditor and the name and address of the acceding auditor and indicate the cause of the shift.
§ 13. The audit shall be carried out in accordance with this chapter and with good public audit behaviour, as defined in section 3 of the revision of the accounts of the state and so on.
§ 14. The scope of the audit depends on the applicant ' s administrative structure and business procedures, including internal control, and other matters of accounting decision. In addition, the level of the grant has an impact on the scope of the audit.
§ 15. The review is verified as to whether the accounts are correct, that is to say, without any significant errors and shortcomings, and whether the terms which are subject to the clearance of accounts are in accordance with notified commitments, in accordance with the provisions of the financial statement. Section 5, laws, regulations and other provisions, as well as of agreements and usual practices.
Paragraph 2. The audits shall be auditing for auditor
1) on the conditions for the activities of the Radio and TV Board to the activities are fulfilled ;
2) whether the subsidy has been used for the purpose,
3) on the applicant ' s applicant ' s economical and responsible economic account shall be taken of the management of the funds covered by the accounts ; and
4) on the information which the applicant has notified the Radio and television board on the implementation and outcome of the activities, has been documented.
Paragraph 3. The review shall be carried out by random checks.
§ 16. Applies shall give auditor the information which may be considered to be relevant to the assessment of the accounts and the auditor's assessment of the management of the benefits provided, including objectives and results obtained. The applicant shall allow auditor access to carry out the studies it considers necessary, and shall ensure that the auditor receives the information and the assistance necessary for the performance of his duties.
§ 17. The auditor shall pay attention to offences or bylaws of regulations of major importance in connection with the management of the funds, the auditor shall be subject to the applicant, as well as the Radio and television Board.
Paragraph 2. The same applies if the auditor is audited, or in any other way, to the fact that the implementation of the activities is uncertain for economic or other reasons.
§ 18. The audited accounts shall be carried out with a endorsement of which it shall show that the accounts have been revised in accordance with the rules laid down in this notice. The endorsement shall be indicated on the endorsement.
Paragraph 2. The auditor shall submit an audit report with the auditor's assessment and conclusion on the audit carried out. The report may be submitted in connection with the endorsement or in an audit protocol.
Paragraph 3. The auditing of the audit report shall be submitted by the applicant for the Radio and TV Board, together with the project account to be held, cf. ~ 10 (1)) 1.
§ 19. If a subsidy is disposed of, cf. Section 6 (2). 3, the Radio and TV Board shall not be awarded any subsidies, just as the Radio and TV Board has the right to demand the amount already paid out.
Paragraph 2. The Radio and TV Board shall also have the right to withhold payment of grants or claim paid out, reimbursed, if the applicant has obtained the subsidy for fraud or, incidentally, inaccurate information during the case.
20. Information about inforced grants and applicants ' reports, cf. Section 9 is published on the website of Radio and TV.
Entry into force
§ 21. The announcement will enter into force on the 20th. September, 2013.
Cultural Ministry, the 161. September 2013
/ Lars M. Banke