<- Length: 0.036675930023193 sec -> Following the refusal of the Supreme Council of Audiovisual (CSA) to allow the transition to digital terrestrial television (DTT) LCI, right suspected instance of have taken a partisan decision.
“The killing of LCI is it a political decision?” asks the member North Sébastien Huyghe, in a statement written on behalf of the UMP.
“The competition is a principle applicable to all sectors, except on television? In terms of information, competition is not only a principle of economic freedom is an issue of freedom of information, a requirement of pluralism, “argues Danièle Giazzi, UMP regional councilor of Ile-de- France, also on behalf of the party. A “problem of pluralism” also noted by Luc Chatel, Secretary General of the UMP
“We remember that the left of François Mitterrand was able to free radio revolution.; we note that at the time of François Hollande, we will attempt to stop the revolution in information continuously on television “, asserts that one who wrote” “The media report and digital awarded in 2008 to Nicolas Sarkozy .
“scandal,” according to Morano
On Twitter, Eric Ciotti believes he sees as “very surprising” decision of the CSA “motivations of politicians a very similar institution of power, “Nadine Morano while evokes” a scandal. ” The President of the CSA, Olivier Schrameck, was the chief of staff of Lionel Jospin.
type=”_moz”/> Following the verdict of the CSA, the owners of the World, the triumvirate of Pierre Bergé, Xavier Niel and Matthieu Pigasse confirmed interest in the news channel TF1. “They (journalists LCI, ed) have not been kind to (Hollande)?” Mocks the UDI deputy Jean-Christophe Lagarde. If the trio Bergé-Niel-Pigasse in the wake of the decision by the CSA announced its intention to redeem LCI is that the left wants to “own media more,” said the nephew and Communication Officer Michèle Alliot Marie, Florimond Olive.
“We respect the decision made independently by the CSA,” replied Aurélie Filippetti exit cabinet. “The CSA is totally independent of political power”, had previously said Jean-Christophe Cambadélis on RTL.However, admitted the first secretary of the PS, “it is true that it is a concern. I understand Eric Revel (owner of LCI, ed) indicating that it is an organization (CSA) which decides the life or death of a string that is a private channel. “
CSA President wants TF1 “agrees to maintain this system”
The President of the CSA Olivier Schrameck said Wednesday on France Info he wanted the TF1 group “agrees to maintain” LCI. TF1 had previously reaffirmed its intention to close the news channel that has not obtained the right to switch to the free DTT, threatening the jobs of 247 employees. “We believe to have committed any error of fact or error of law or error of judgment,” hammered Olivier Schrameck, saying wait any use of “serenity” channels. “We are not here to undermine” the entire audiovisual sector is still defended the President of the CSA.