Parliament Act No. 7 Of 8 June 2014 On Radio And Television Activities

Original Language Title: Inatsisartutlov nr. 7 af 8. juni 2014 om radio- og tv-virksomhed

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Parliament Act no. 7 of 8 June 2014 on radio and television activities

Modified repeals, hovedlov replaces information

Aside
Inatsisartutforordning no. 3 of 19 May 2010 amending Regulation county on radio and television activities. (Winding up by the Radio and Television Board)
Landsting Regulation no. 4 of 1 June 2006 amending the county Regulation on radio and television activities (Collection of the concession fee, change of residence criterion, the production of local news programs)
Landsting Regulation no. 6 of 14 november 2004 on radio and television activities

Hovedlov to
Home Rule Executive Order no. 8 of 5 July 2006 on advertising and sponsorship in radio and television
Home Rule Executive Order no. 17 of 1 July 2005 on the statute of Greenland Radio (KNR)
home Rule Executive order no. 5 of 7 March 2005 on the rules of procedure for the radio and television Board
home Rule Executive order no. 21 of 30 december 2004 on grants to local radio and television stations, etc.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 20 of 23 December 2004 laying down rules for broadcasting licenses
Home Rule Executive Order no. 14 of 26 March 1998 on remuneration of and reimbursement of expenses to the Board of Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa (KNR)


Adds to Home Rule Executive Order no. 8 of 5 July 2006 on advertising and sponsorship in radio and television
Home Rule Executive Order no. 17 of 1 July 2005 on the statute of Greenland Radio (KNR)
home Rule Executive order no. 5 of 7 March 2005 on the rules of procedure for the radio and television Board
home Rule Executive order no. 21 of 30 december 2004 on grants to local radio and television stations, etc.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 20 of 23 December 2004 laying down rules for broadcasting licenses
Home Rule Executive Order no. 14 of 26 March 1998 on remuneration of and reimbursement of expenses to the Board of Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa (KNR)

Chapter 1

Provision of program services
§ 1. The following have the right to provide program services as
specified in § 2:

1) Greenland Radio (KNR), see. Chapter 4.

2) Companies, associations, etc., and municipalities under Part 3
has been broadcasting license.
Subsection. 2. Programming shall be exercised in accordance with
Greenland Parliament Act and regulations issued in pursuance of the Act and
any terms on which the license is granted.
§ 2. Provision of program activities shall mean:

1) Distribution of sound and television programs to the public by means of
radio.

2) Breakdown by community antenna of sound and television programs
are not also broadcast as mentioned in no. 1
Subsection. 2. For radio purposes of this Act wireless
plants of all kinds of radio communications.
Subsection. 3. The SMATV purposes of this Act
community antenna systems and other cable systems for distribution to the public of audio and
programs to premises used for private residence.
Subsection. 4. For cable systems understood in this Act
systems for the distribution of telecommunications through cable.
§ 3. The person under county regulation on
telecommunications and telecommunications services are ceded construction and operation of
public telecommunications services and the supply of these, create
agreement with KNR technical installations necessary for KNR's broadcast
and distribution of audio and video programs in accordance with § 2. 1, and
responsible for plant operators.
Subsection. 2. The terms for establishing and operating in paragraph. 1 shall
facilities shall be determined in a contract concluded between the concessionaire and
Naalakkersuisut.

Chapter 2

Distribution of sound and television programs

Distribution of sound and television programs using digital
broadcasting opportunities
§ 4. Nationwide Distribution of Greenlandic and foreign
audio and video programs using digital broadcasting network can only be done with
permission from the Greenland Government.
Subsection. 2. The Government may, in connection with the issuance of
permission set conditions for the permit.
Subsection. 3. The Government may make the authorization of payment of a
concession fee.
Subsection. 4. The Government may revoke a license if the holder
:

1) violates the Greenland Parliament Act or provisions laid down by law,
where such infringement is serious or where infringements are often repeated, or

2) disregards the terms upon which the license is granted.
Subsection. 5. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on the issue of
permission for nationwide distribution of Greenland and foreign audio and
programs by means of digital transmission networks.

Distribution of sound and television programs in community antenna
§ 5. Distribution of SMATV of Greenland and

Foreign audio and video programs received using
antenna or fed to the plant through cable systems is only allowed outside
changes and at the same time broadcasting or it will feed.
Subsection. 2. Subtitling and similar measures that does not change in
audio and billedprogrammers content and time-shifted programs are allowed,
if the radio or television organization has consented.
§ 6. The owners of communal aerial systems to ensure that
installations shall distribution of audio and video programs broadcast by
means of radio of KNR. This does not apply to programs broadcast in
pursuant to § 29 paragraph. 1. The obligation applies even if KNR's programs
can be received by users of the shared antenna system otherwise.
Subsection. 2. Any digital programs from KNR be alone
distributed if distributed other digital programs in the system. It is
not allowed to convert digital programs from KNR unless accompanied
find a digital distribution place of the same programs.
§ 7. If a shared antenna system includes more than two channels,
must also be made a channel available for local programs that
transmitted or distributed in that area in the permit after
Chapter 3.
Subsection. 2. If the offered packages:

1) all such packages contain the programs covered by paragraph.
1 and § 6, and

2) it should be possible solely to purchase a package that either
contains the programs covered by paragraph. 1 and § 6 or alone
contains these and other programs, for which the price is so
limited price, the price of these additional programs is a strictly
limited part of the total price of the software package .
Subsection. 3. The obligation under paragraph. 2 shall not apply where the
referred programs can be received by users of the shared antenna system on
otherwise.
§ 8. The Government may lay down rules on access to the
community antenna to use decoders that convert encrypted signals to
TV signals, which can be reproduced by television sets. The rules may include
following:

1) Programme providers' access to use a common decoder system
used in common antenna system.

2) Programme providers' access to use their own decoder.

3) Programme providers' access to settlement directly with the users.

Chapter 3

Send Permission
§ 9. The Government can grant companies
associations or similar authorization to pursue nationwide
program services (nationwide broadcasting license), see. § 14.
Subsection. 2. The Government may, in connection with the issuance of
nationwide broadcasting license set license terms, including
possible time limitation.
Subsection. 3. The Government may lay down detailed rules on
conditions for nationwide broadcasting license.
§ 10. The Government can grant companies
associations and the like, as well as municipalities authorized to engage local
program services (local broadcasting license), see. § 13.
Subsection. 2. Send Permission within a local area provides
permission to send within the municipal boundary. Naalakkersuisut
, when circumstances warrant, providing the holder of a broadcasting license
permission to also send in adjacent municipalities.
Subsection. 3. Distribution of a program that simultaneously emitted by
another holder of a broadcasting license from another local area is only permitted
if the holders of broadcasting license agree, and the case
on individual samsendinger temporary.
Subsection. 4. The Government may allow the provision of program services
temporary local broadcasting license, in the case of programs
single events in shorter periods within a local area.
§ 11. Sending Authorization to provide program services
requires the applicant has secured frequency license by Decree on
entry into force for Greenland of the Act on Radio Frequencies.
Subsection. 2. Send Permission is granted for a period covering the rest
of the calendar year in which the license is issued and the five subsequent
calendar year unless requested a shorter duration. There may by
send the expiry date of application for renewal.
§ 12. In the application for a broadcasting license must state
description of program activities. The description should give an overall picture of
business envisaged. The application must include the following information:

1) Name, address, if any, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail
address.

2) Applicant GER number and operating unit number.


3) Send Permit geographical extent.

4) Possible coverage.

5) Send Permit subject.

6) Ownership, board and management.

7) Any ownership and cooperation with other media outlets.

8) Any plans of cooperation.

9) Programfladens structure and content, including language distribution.

10) Showtimes.

11) The company's financing.

12) Sending and production equipment.

13) Documentation of the applicant frequency authorization under
Decree on the entry into force for Greenland of the Act on Radio Frequencies.
Subsection. 2. The application must be signed by the applicant.
Subsection. 3. The applicant must be authorized at any time
announce Naalakkersuisut any amendments in paragraph. 1 shall
information.
Subsection. 4. The Government may lay down rules
application procedure and requested additional information.
§ 13. Sending Permission for companies, associations and the like
within a local area must be issued if the following conditions are met:

1) The company, association or similar based in Greenland.

2) The company, association or similar has met the documentation requirements
in the application referred to. § 12 paragraph. 1.

3) Programfladens content deemed to be legal.

4) The conditions for obtaining a frequency license by Decree on
entry into force of Green-land of the Frequency Act are met.
Subsection. 2. Send Permission for a municipality to be issued if
conditions of paragraphs. 1 is fulfilled, and the municipal purpose of the program services
alone will be to make production and broadcasting facilities for
interested citizens or disseminating local information.
§ 14. Nationwide broadcasting license to companies, associations
and the like can be issued if the following conditions are met:

1) The conditions in § 13 paragraph. 1.

2) The applicant is not also granted broadcasting license within a local
area.

3) Applicant's financial basis are satisfactory.

4) The applicant's transmission facilities are satisfactory.

5) Program Schedule for its scope and content likely to constitute a
significant contribution to the public is supplied with cultural or informative
media offers.
Subsection. 2. There can not be issued nationwide broadcasting license to a
municipality.
§ 15. KNR and the permit holder must ensure that the
each broadcast is a program manager.
Subsection. 2. KNR and the permit holder must ensure that at
end of each program, information on who is the program director,
and made an identification of radio or television enterprise.
Subsection. 3. KNR and the permit holder must ensure that the provisions
for the company observed.
§ 16. KNR and send the permit holder is required to
send out messages of preparedness significance to the population.
Subsection. 2. KNR is obliged to issue notices
community information of general interest to citizens.
Subsection. 3. The Government may establish rules about when and how
in paragraph. 1 and 2 messages to be broadcast.
§ 17. KNR and send the permit holder shall record and 3
months keep all broadcasts in accordance with the rules laid down
Minister. In dealing with a case concerning
program services, including the advertising, the Greenland Government
impose KNR or send the permit holder to hand over footage of
broadcasts. If dealing with a case concerning the program service makes
necessary, the Greenland Government may impose KNR or send the license
holder to store programs for more than 3 months.
§ 18. KNR and local radio and television stations that receive
grants under Chapter 5 used in the context of
copyright law give the population access to their program archives.
Subsection. 2. The person responsible for the program archive can charge a fee to
coverage of the access cost.
§ 19. The Greenland Government may involve a local broadcasting license
temporarily or permanently if the permit holder no longer meets
conditions for obtaining the license, see. § 13, or do not have
exercised its authorization more than 1 year.
Subsection. 2. The Government may revoke a local broadcasting license
temporarily or permanently if the permit holder:

1) disregards §§ 15-18, the instructions issued under § 17 or rules
issued pursuant to § 16 paragraph. 3,

2) violates § 12 paragraph. 3,

3) violates the rules for advertising and sponsorship, see. Chapter 6

4) violates the Greenland Parliament Act or provisions laid down by law,

Case of serious or repeated violations,

5) at its business seriously or repeatedly violate other
legislation or

6) does not pay taxes owed, taxes or statutory fees
under Ordinance on entry into force for Greenland of the Act on Radio Frequencies.
Subsection. 3. Premier may in paragraphs. 2 cases mentioned involve
a nationwide broadcasting license temporarily or permanently. Recovery can
also occur if the permit holder no longer meets the conditions
for obtaining the license, see. § 14, the conditions laid down for authorization
or has not exercised its authorization for more than one year.

Chapter 4

KNR

Objectives and tasks
§ 20. KNR aims through television and radio to ensure the entire
Greenland, a wide range of programs and services comprising
news, information, education, art and entertainment (
public service obligations). KNR may in its range of programs and services
also use the Internet and other electronic platforms.
Subsection. 2. In the choice of programs aim to provide quality, versatility and diversity
.
Subsection. 3. KNR be in the overall range of programs offer a wide
social cover Greenland and thus reflect the diversity of
culture, perceptions of life and living conditions in the various parts of the country.
Subsection. 4. In order to achieve a real country coverage concluded that the
commercial terms detailed agreements between KNR and external producers
including local radio and television stations, whereby the external manufacturers in a
some extent act as local suppliers KNR's nationwide
program services.
Subsection. 5. Program Offering shall provide access to
important information on society and debate.
Subsection. 6. Program Offering to reflect the breadth of
production of art and culture and provide programs that reflect
diversity of cultural interests in Greenland. KNR should put
particular emphasis on its role as initiator and provider of Greenland
art and culture, including the country's cultural heritage.
Subsection. 7. KNR must offer programs that target both
children as young.
Subsection. 8. KNR be through the use of new technologies aim to
strengthen access to choice of programs for persons with disabilities, including
seek to cover events of great public interest as far as possible
subtitles or sign language interpreted.
Subsection. 9. KNR be in the choice of programs ensure that the highest
possible consideration for the minority of the population who have a mother tongue other than
Greenlandic.
§ 21. KNR must ensure that not sending programs in
might seriously impair the physical, mental or moral
development, in particular programs that involve pornography or gratuitous violence
. KNR should warn the listeners and viewers of feature containing
strong violent or obscene scenes.
Subsection. 2. KNR must ensure that not sending programs
incitement to hatred on grounds of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality,
political beliefs or sexual orientation.
§ 22. For the programming must be of decisive importance
consideration of information and freedom of expression.
Subsection. 2. KNR must ensure that the people be given the opportunity
information dissemination through KNR. KNR In this connection against payment of the
related costs offer assistance to the listeners and viewers develop
own programs and otherwise letting listeners and viewers express themselves in
KNR.
§ 23. The dissemination of information should be given to
objectivity and impartiality.
§ 24. KNR be through an active language policy help
preserving and developing the Greenlandic language.
§ 25. KNR must ensure that a significant part of KNR's
news programs produced in the form of its own productions and see. Paragraph. 2.
Subsection. 2. In-house production means edited radio and
television programs KNR have produced, and edited programs KNR
As a producer, produced in co-production with external manufacturers.
Subsection. 3. In addition to KNR's own productions provided programs
when ordering and the purchase from external producers provided. § 20 paragraph. 4.
Applications can also be produced as co-productions between KNR and external
manufacturers.
§ 26. KNR to ensure a dialogue with the public about
program services.
§ 27. Advertising and programs sponsored, can be included in
program according to the rules in Chapter 6
§ 28. The Government of Greenland and KNR included a performance that
defines in detail the scope and nature of public service obligations referred.
§§ 20-26 (public service contract). The performance contract renewed for 4 years at

Time, see. However, § 57.
Subsection. 2. The performance contract shall include at least the following:

1) Description of the number of multiplexes, which KNR available for public
service business.

2) Description of the expected economic framework for KNR's business in
contract.

3) Setting a minimum for the share of own production, see. § 25 paragraph.
1 and 2.

4) Setting a minimum share for the second Greenlandic production
see. PCS. 3.

5) Setting a minimum percentage of purchases from external
producers provided. § 20 paragraph. 4.

6) Setting a minimum percentage of news and
current affairs programs, including minimum percentage of news and current affairs programs
intrinsically productions, see. § 25.

7) Setting a minimum proportion of programs on art and culture
, see. § 20 paragraph. 6

8) Setting a minimum for the share of programs targeted at children
respectively young people set. § 20 paragraph. 7.

9) Setting a minimum proportion of educational programs.

10) Description of programs extent divided into different types of
programs that are designed for different language groups in society, see. § 20
paragraph. 9.

11) Setting a maximum wage component of total operating expenses.

12) Description of the scope of training of KNR's staff.

13) Description of the content and scope of KNR's other program services and
other activities, see. § 29
Subsection. 3. In another Greenlandic production purposes edited radio
and television programs produced by other television or radio stations in
Greenland or by other production companies based in Greenland.
Subsection. 4. In determining the minimum proportions of
own productions, other Greenlandic production and for each program types
disregarded reruns, advertising and other unedited programs.
Subsection. 5. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on public
service contract content.
Subsection. 6. KNR prepare and submit to the Government of Greenland an annual
report on the public service contract. The deadline for submission of
statement agreed in the contract.
Subsection. 7. Public service contract and the annual report on
meet them must be published.
§ 29. KNR may provide other program services, for example by
broadcasting of programs abroad and in the production of programs for
distribution other than through broadcasts. KNR can not exercise other
program services pursuant to a license under section 3 Naalakkersuisut
may lay down rules on other program services.
Subsection. 2. KNR can exercise any other activity related to the
program activities or to exploit the institution's technical
equipment, special expertise, etc. KNR be fee guide local radio and
television stations as needed.
Subsection. 3. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on other operations
including further restrictions on access to exercise other operations.
The Government may regulate the terms of payment for KNR's guidance
of local radio and television stations, see. Paragraph. 2, 2nd sentence.
Subsection. 4. Pay TV can not be part of KNR's second
program services and other operations.
Subsection. 5. Other program services and other operations must be carried out
competitive terms.

KNR's organization
§ 30. KNR is an independent public institution.
Subsection. 2. KNR's decisions in cases involving
institution may not be brought before another administrative
authority. KNR's decisions in matters concerning ethics and the right of reply may, however
brought before the Greenland Press Council according to the rules in
Media Liability Act.
§ 31 KNR managed by a board of 5 members, of which
chairman and 1 additional member appointed by the Greenland Government. The
other 3 members appointed Minister on the recommendation of:

1) Ilisimatusarfik that sets one member, with extensive media professional
competence in relation to the Greenlandic media.

2) The nationwide arts and cultural organization in Greenland, which sets
1 members, with strong and wide-ranging artistic and cultural
insight.

3) The permanent staff of the KNR, which sets 1 member.
Subsection. 2. Members must be 18 years old and must not be
members or candidates for Greenland Parliament, the Folketing or
municipal councils. Employees at KNR, can not be appointed to the board
unless they are set by paragraph. 1 pt. 3
Subsection. 3. The Board shall together represent expertise in media,
cultural, management and business affairs. Apart from that

Board member appointed on the recommendation of the tenure
employees of the KNR, each member individually represent management
or business affairs and possess demonstrable professional skills
such relevant training, experience from participation in similar boards
or directors. In addition, one of the two members appointed without
setting, represent financial acumen and the other member representing
HR knowledge.
Subsection. 4. For each board member except the President appoint a
personal alternate who will join the board in the case of the
board member's resignation, dismissal or prolonged decline. If the
designated alternate occurring as a permanent member of the Board appointed a new
alternate. In the chairman's resignation or removal shall appoint
Naalakkersuisut a new chairman.
Subsection. 5. The Board shall appoint from among its members a vice chairman.
Subsection. 6. Members are appointed for a period of 4 years, but first
time for the period 1 August 2014 to 31 December 2018. Members may
reappointed, but only once. Premier may appointment period set aside a
member or an alternate occurred, a serious breach of his
Board of liability set. § 32 paragraph. 1, or otherwise made themselves unfit
to contest directorship.
Subsection. 7. The Government may lay down rules on remuneration of the Board
and the reimbursement of board members' expenses, including
for travel, food and accommodation in KNR's service.
§ 32. The Board is KNR's senior management and the
overall responsibility for the provision of KNR's activities are observed.
Supervisory Board including responsibility for KNR's entire business and public
service contract. The Board may not exercise influence on the
daily program services or individual programs, see. § 34 paragraph. 1.
Subsection. 2. The Board establishes general guidelines for
KNR's business.
Subsection. 3. The Board shall appoint and dismiss a director.
Subsection. 4. The Government shall establish a statute for KNR.
§ 33. The Government shall set up a User Council to advise
KNR's board on how KNR in its program services will best
able to fulfill the objectives and tasks for KNR laid down by law.
User council reduced for four years at a time, first time for the period 1 August
2014 - 31 December 2018.
Subsection. 2. user council consists of nine members appointed by
Naalakkersuisut the recommendation of:

1) Children Comforter, which sets 1 member.

2) Oqaasileriffik that sets one member.

3) The nationwide arts and cultural organization in Greenland, as
sets 1 member.

4) The national disability organization that sets one member.

5) The nationwide listener and viewer organizations in Greenland, as
sets 1 member.

6) The national organization for local radio and television stations, as
sets 1 member.

7) Ilisimatusarfik that sets one member.

8) Settlement of the National Association, which sets 1 member.

9) Mature Society of Greenland, which sets 1 member.
Subsection. 3. If it is not possible to provide a setting
from any of the paragraph. 2 mentioned setting officer, may Naalakkersuisut
appoint a member to represent user interests within the area of ​​the
the setting legitimate representative.
Subsection. 4. User Council members must reside in Greenland and may
not be members of or candidates for Inatsisartut, municipal,
parliament or member of KNR's board and can not be employed in KNR
or in a local radio - and TV station.
Subsection. 5. KNR make secretarial assistance available to
user council.
Subsection. 6. The Government shall lay down rules on User Council
rules of procedure.
Subsection. 7. Members of the user council who must travel from their home for
attend meetings of the Council shall receive the allowances and reimbursement for travel expenses
under the provisions of Chapter 7 of the Greenland Parliament on fees etc. to members of
the parliament and the government etc.
§ 34. the director has the daily responsibility for the program and assume its
daily administrative and financial management of KNR. The Director shall ensure that
company is managed in accordance with current rules and by the Board
stated guidelines.
Subsection. 2. The Director shall appoint and dismiss KNR's employees.
§ 35. KNR is regarding terms and other conditions for
recruitment, conditions during his employment and redundancies required to follow
the rules at any time apply to employees under Greenland
Authority.

KNR's financing

§ 36. KNR's activities are funded through grants from
Treasury, advertising, sponsored programs and revenue from elsewhere classified
business.
Subsection. 2. The annual subsidy from the Treasury determined by
Inatsisartut in connection with the adoption of the budget for the following fiscal year
.
§ 37. KNR's Board shall each year to Naalakkersuisut
draft budget for the following fiscal year before a Minister
deadline. The proposal must include an estimate of expected income,
operating expenses and capital expenditures and the amount of assets and liabilities by
Year. Board shall deliver simultaneously proposals for the amount of
Exchequer grants for the said fiscal year.
Subsection. 2. The Management Board shall, as part of the total proposed budget
submit a proposal for a separate budget for other program services and for
other services, including separate budget for each type of business.
§ 38. KNR's financial year is the fiscal year. KNR must follow to
Current terms for the Government of Greenland on budget
accounting and financial reporting.
Subsection. 2. The financial statements and other interim financial statements must contain
separate estimates for KNR's public service activities. For the second
program services and other business accounts must be compiled for each
single type of business.
Subsection. 3. The Government may lay down rules for the budget and
accounting separation between public service activities, other program services
and other activities.
Subsection. 4. The financial statements audited by the government of Greenland audit.
Subsection. 5. The Board shall, within one Minister
set deadline, the Board of Directors approved the audited financial statements attached
audit observations of the Greenland Government for approval. Naalakkersuisut
forward subsequent statements to the Greenland Parliament for information.
Subsection. 6. The board shall publish accounts while
its submission to the Government of Greenland.

Chapter 5

Grants to local radio and television stations
§ 39. The Government shall provide, on application within a
on Finance here devoted grant a basic grant to local radio and
television stations that meet the following conditions:

1) The station must be in possession of valid broadcasting license.

2) The station must comply with the Government of Greenland established rules
for budget and accounting.

3) The station must comply with the Government of Greenland established rules
for documentation of program activities, see. § 43 paragraph. 1.

4) The station will produce local news programs, which are arranged
of the station itself.

5) The station must give local people the opportunity to express themselves.

6) The station shall include in its program activities including the dispatch or
benefits edited programs produced by the station itself or by
station as the main producer in co-production with other manufacturers
(own productions). Reruns, advertising and other unedited programs
considered not own productions.

7) The station must ensure that no programs are broadcast, which seriously
impair the physical, mental or moral development
particular programs that involve pornography or gratuitous violence.
Station should warn the listeners and viewers of commercials that contain strong
violent or obscene scenes.

8) The station must ensure that no programs are broadcast, in any way
incitement to hatred on grounds of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality,
political beliefs or sexual orientation.
Subsection. 2. The Government may lay down rules on minimum limits
for the scale of the paragraph. 1, no. 4-6, said conditions.
Subsection. 3. The subsidy is paid quarterly in advance.
Subsection. 4. The beneficiary must inform the Government of Greenland on
changes in program services, which means that the conditions of paragraphs. 1
no longer met.
Subsection. 5. The beneficiary shall, by a Minister
set deadline clarify its actual program services in the form of a
financial statements and an annual report.
§ 40. The Government shall provide, on application within a
on Finance here devoted grant a production subsidy to local
television stations which satisfy the conditions for obtaining the basic subsidy and
specified minima for certain own productions, see. paragraph. 2.
Subsection. 2. The Government shall lay down rules about what kinds of
own productions that justify production subsidies, and may set
rules on graduation of production subsidies, including conditions
obtaining individual subsidy rates.
Subsection. 3. The production subsidy is paid quarterly on the basis of

Extent of the applicant's own productions in the quarter earlier.
Reruns, advertising and other unedited programs are not included in
calculation of own productions.
Subsection. 4. The beneficiary shall, by a Minister
set deadline clarify its actual own production company in the form of a
financial statements and an annual report.
§ 41. The Government may within the Finance thereto
earmarked appropriations subsidize the promotion of local radio and television stations
training of its own employees.
§ 42. Basic subsidy may claim partial or full repayment
if the recipient:

1) has supplied inaccurate information in the basic grant application

2) failed to disclose material changes in program services,
see. § 39 paragraph. 4

3) failed within the prescribed period to account for its
actual program activities, see. § 39 paragraph. 5, or

4) no longer meets the conditions for obtaining license, see.
§13.
Subsection. 2. Production Grants may claim partial or full
repaid if the beneficiary:

1) has made false statements in production grant application

2) has failed within the prescribed period to account for its
actual own production company, see. § 40 paragraph. 4, or

3) no longer meets the conditions for obtaining license, see.
§13.
Subsection. 3. Basic subsidy, production grants and to continuing
training of own employees can claim partial or full
repaid if the beneficiary has used the grant for other purposes
than the allocated.
§ 43. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on initial and
production subsidies and grants for training of employees
on local radio and television stations, including the application, accounting and
repayment and the use of a limited portion of the grant funds to
administration and information.
Subsection. 2. The Government can partially or completely leave
Administration in paragraph. 1 said grant to an association or
private business, and lay down specific rules.
Subsection. 3. The Government may use any unused
funds for basic and production subsidies as reimbursement for continuing
training, see. § 41 paragraph. 1. If the administration of the grants is
delegated see. Paragraph. 2, any person who has been conferred the power to apply
any unused funds to the initial and production grants to subsidize
continuing training.

Chapter 6

Advertising and sponsorship
§ 44. Advertising on radio and TV understood:

1) Recommendations and claims made and references to goods
services and companies for commercial purposes, whether provided
remuneration for the broadcast.

2) Dissemination of information and expression of views on
economic interest groups such as business associations,
employers' organizations and trade unions and dissemination of religious or
political views, with the purpose of promoting or recommending the relevant groups | || views, whether consideration is given for the broadcast.
Subsection. 2. Advertisements must be clearly identifiable as such,
so that the content and presentation differs from the ordinary
broadcasts.
§ 45. TV except teletext, advertisements shall only be sent in
blocks of more than 5 minutes. The blocks must be placed between
broadcasts.
Subsection. 2. radio KNR may only send advertising in blocks of more than 5
minutes long and located between programs.
Subsection. 3. advertising shall not exceed 10
percent of daily broadcasting time.
§ 46. There shall not be advertised drugs, tobacco, beer, wine and spirits
referred. However paragraph. 3.
Subsection. 2. In the TV must also not be advertised religious
movements and political parties, federal candidates and individual candidates or
their associations recognized under. However paragraph. 3.
Subsection. 3. The Government may lay down rules on exemptions from the prohibitions in paragraph
. 1 and 2.
§ 47. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on how advertising
in program services, including rules on the identification, location,
language and content and extent of advertising. The Government may in this connection
establish rules regarding the placement of advertising aimed at children and advertising for
products for children.
§ 48. Sponsorship includes any contribution, direct or indirect
to the financing of radio or television programs, including
teletext pages or web pages or other electronic platforms, from
a natural or legal person not engaged in the broadcasting

Or production of radio or television programs, films, etc., in order to
promoting the name, trademark (logo), image, activities or products.
Subsection. 2. A sponsored program must be clearly identifiable by
to grant the name or trademark (logo) are indicated by the program
start, end or in natural breaks in the program or more of the
common places. Such indications may not appear in the program. In
teletext, the grant's name or trademark (logo), however, the individual
teletext pages subsidized under paragraph. 1.
Subsection. 3. The content and scheduling of a sponsored program must
not affected by the grant giver in such a way that it acts on radio
or TV station's editorial independence with regard to the programs.
Subsection. 4. Do not broadcast programs that are sponsored by
natural or legal persons whose principal activity is to produce or
sell beer, wine and spirits, tobacco products, drugs or goods
primarily used in connection with smoking, see. however paragraph. 8.
Subsection. 5. Do not broadcast programs that are sponsored by
religious movements and political parties, federal candidates, individual candidates
or associations thereof, in accordance. However paragraph. 7 and 8.
paragraph. 6. Do not broadcast sponsored news and current affairs programs
.

Subsection. 7. Radio and television stations that do not receive subsidies, is not
whom paragraph. 5.
Subsection. 8. The Government may lay down rules on exemptions from the prohibitions in paragraph
. 4 and 5.
§ 49. The Greenland Government may lay down detailed rules on how
sponsorship can be included in the program services.
§ 50. The Government shall decide on:

1) Identification, location, language and extent of advertisements, cf.. §§ 44-45
and § 47.

2) Radio and television advertising content, see. § 46. The Greenland Government may
reprimand violation of the rules and may impose KNR or holder of a
broadcasting license to publish the decision. Greenland Government may decide on
what way and in what form this will happen.

3) Genmæle to information of a factual nature broadcast in
advertising. Decision on the reply may be taken if the information is suitable
to inflict viewers or listeners financial damage or other significant damage
and if their accuracy is not indisputable. In his decision may
Naalakkersuisut impose KNR or holder of a broadcasting license to broadcast
a reply under the procedures of the reply content, form and location.

4) Identification of the sponsor and the sponsored programs foreseen. §§ 48-49.
§ 51. Complaints concerning advertisements and sponsorship of programs
must be received by the Government of Greenland within 4 weeks after the advertisement or
program has been sent.
Subsection. 2. The Government may decide to take cases on its own
operation.
Subsection. 3. The Government may lay down rules on submitting
complaints regarding matters relating to advertisements and sponsorship of programs, including
rules on the complaint form.

Chapter 8
Pilot schemes, inspection and sanctions
§ 52. The Government may authorize the implementation of
pilot schemes in Greenland Parliament Act provisions.
§ 53. It is not allowed to manufacture, import, sell,
install, own or change decoders or other decoding, which is
suited to provide unauthorized access to the contents of a coded radio or | || TV broadcast. Advertising or other form of advertising for such equipment is
not allowed.
§ 54. The Government oversees the KNR and other radio and
broadcasters comply with the rules on radio and television activities.
Greenland Government may take action against violations of the Greenland Parliament Act, the provisions
down in pursuance of the Act and the conditions of permits.
Subsection. 2. The Government may need its supervision require KNR and
holder of a broadcasting license information about the company's operations.
§ 55. Fine may be imposed on persons who:

1) provides program services in violation of § 1

2) distributes audio and video programs using digital
multiplexes in violation of § 4, paragraph. 1, or conditions in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 2
and 3 and § 9 paragraph. 2-3,

3) distribute sound and television programs in community antenna contrary to
§§ 5,

4) uses grants for purposes other than the allocated,

5) disregards a decision pursuant to § 50, no. 1 and 2

6) disregards a decision regarding reply, see. § 50, no. 3, or

7) violates § 6, § 7, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 12 paragraph. 3, § 15 paragraph. 1 and 2, §
16 paragraph. 1 and 2, §§ 17-18, § 44 paragraph. 2, § 45, § 46 paragraph. 1-2, § 48 paragraph. 2-6,

§ 53 or any order issued pursuant to § 17 Paragraph
. 2. In regulations issued pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 5, § 8
§ 12 paragraph. 4, § 16 paragraph. 3, § 39 paragraph. 2, § 40 paragraph. 2, § 43 paragraph. 1, § 47 and §
49, measures may be in the form of a fine in accordance with
Criminal Code for Greenland.
Subsection. 3. There may be imposed on public limited companies, limited liability companies,
cooperatives, associations or similar fine. There can be attributed to
municipality or a municipal association etc. fine.
Subsection. 4. Penalties imposed under this Act shall accrue
Treasury.

Chapter 9

Commencement, transitional and repealing provisions
§ 56. The Greenland Parliament Act shall enter into force on 1 August 2014, however
so that Act Chapter 5 will not enter into force on 1 January 2015. At the same time
repealed county Regulation no. 6 of 14 november 2004 on radio and
television activities, see. however paragraph. 2 and 3.
paragraph. 2. Rules established or maintained under
county Regulation no. 6 of 14 November 2004 on radio and television company,
remain in force until replaced or repealed by regulations laid down by || | basis of this or other inatsisartutlove.
Subsection. 3. Act, Chapter 5 will enter into force on 1 January 2015.
provisions of Chapter 5 of the paragraph. 1, 2nd sentence. said county Regulation
repealed only with effect from 1 January 2015.
§ 57. The medium Naalakkersuisut and KNR concluded
performance, see. § 28, renewed the first time after this Greenland Parliament
entry into force for the period from 1 January 2015 to 31 december 2018.
§ 58. permits issued to local radio and television stations
under county Regulation no. 6 of 14 november 2004
rules provided thereunder are valid until the permit prescribed
expiration date.
§ 59. The Greenland Parliament Act does not apply to the radio and
TV business carried on in the defense area Pituffik for an
operation of defense.

Greenland, June 8, 2014

Ms Hammond