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( employees in state-owned media, who were hired during the former regime, remain in place even though they have no qualifications in media or journalism.The Télévision tunisienne has only 300 journalists out of approx. Protesters have camped outside the TV-building for months calling for a purge of politically appointed employees.According to the survey of media election coverage undertaken by a number of Tunisian civil society organisations, the tv station exclusively informed about El-Hachmi Hamdi's party prior to the elections ín October 2011 in violation of the election coverage regulation requiring Tunisian medias to give a balanced presentation of political parties. Mohammed El-Hachmi Hamdi, opponent to ousted president Ben Ali. Post-January 14th 2011 media Post-revolution allocation of frequencies and broadcast licences was undertaken by the "Instance nationale pour la réforme de l'information et de la communication» (INRIC) which received more than 100 applications to establish private radio and TV.INRIC recommended allocation of the new licenses to guarantee the Tunisian citizen the right to high-quality,free, independent and objective information, contributing to the consolidation of democracy.Two days later the director apologized for having broadcast the film.The demand by a political party to stop Nessma broadcasts until after the elections has been rejected by the court.The HAICA is supposed to be responsible for nominating candidates to head public media organizations to the prime minister.In this case, the prime minister appointed the media directors (and news editors) himself, arguing that the interim posts were vacant.
An additional 4 new state broadcasters are planned : Atta'alimia» (educational), «Al Jihawia» (information), «Al Dinnia» (religious) et «Al Riadhia» (sports) Only the latter has received a broadcast licence until now.
(TAP, 7.9.2011) : Nessma TV (2007, part of the Mediaset-group) Following the broadcast of the Cannes award-winning cartoon « Persepolis » showing pictures of God, Salafists attacked the private TV-station "Nessma" and the house of the director.
Users of Facebook have strongly attacked and criticized the broadcast of the film.
Independent citizen radio which has broadcast online since 2008, initially from outside Tunisia.
The radio protested on several occasions during the spring of 2011 against not having automatically been granted a broadcast license and accused the « Instance Supérieure pour la réforme de l'information et de la communication » (INRIC) for not doing so for political reasons. Received the "Prix Concordia" for its defence of press freedom on May 3, 2011.: Al-Mustaqillah TV Broadcasts via satellite from London. Mohammed El-Hachmi Hamdi, the leader of one of the three political parties in the 2012 coalition government. Zeitouna TV is owned by formerly outlawed Islamist party, Ennadha, and broadcasts by satellite.Moreover, the authorities were not obliged to justify their decisions.