With Regard To The Dissemination Of A Social Campaign

Original Language Title: cu privire la mediatizarea unei campanii sociale

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    Public association "Association for cultural development and the protection of copyright and related" APOLLO "has submitted to the electronic media watchdog CCA approach no. 697 of 1 December 2015, requesting support of the CCA in order to coverage, free of charge, to broadcasters under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Moldova social campaign aimed at combating piracy in the audiovisual phenomenon, from 3 December 2015-may 1 2016. In this sense, the "APOLLO", in collaboration with the US Embassy in the Republic of Moldova has made a video in order to raise public awareness on combating piracy in the audiovisual phenomenon.
During the meeting, members of the public the CCA recommended public association "Association for cultural development and the protection of copyright and related ' APOLLO ' inclusion in social video spot, as a partner, of the electronic media watchdog CCA.
As a result of the public debate, in accordance with the foregoing, and pursuant to the provisions of art. 39, 40, 41 the broadcasting code no. 260-XVI of BCC is supervised and status, approved by Decision No. 433-XVI dated 28.12.2006 on Moldova's Parliament, CCA DECIDES: 1. To advise broadcasters under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Moldova going public, free of charge, from 3 December 2015-2016, 1 more spot social sensitization of public opinion to combat piracy in the audiovisual phenomenon (PRO-(8)-HAMMER, o. BARBALATA, Iu. CARLSON, B. DAMASCUS, O. GUŢUŢUI, C. MÎŢU, M. OBI-HADIRCA, D. VALENTINO).
2. control of the execution of this decision, it shall exercise general direction, approval and monitoring licensing.
3. This decision shall be published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova and on the website of the electronic media watchdog CCA.

CCA BOARD CHAIRMAN Dinu CIOCAN