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Chairman of the Council
Europe CDDM Committee
International Expert In Broadcasting and A Member
Kosovo Independent Media Commission
Intergovernmental Council of the Information for All Programme
Director, Strategy and Analysis Department
National Broadcasting Council of Poland
Polish Professor and Journalist
Chairman of the Standing Committee On Transfrontier Television
Council of Europe
Chairman of the Steering Committee On the Media and New Communications Services
Council of Europe
Press Release 18 February 2004 - Voice of the Listener and Viewer (VLV)
Karol Jakubowicz speech Karol Jakubowicz speech (filesize is 41K).
Another aspect of the bill prohibits the incitation to hatred against nations, ethnic, religious, minority or majority groups.
According to Jakubowicz, the vague restriction of "inciting hatred" is a slippery slope that would undoubtedly lead to similar sanctions of unintentional insult or inadvertent incitement to hatred from media outlets that are simply capable of insult and exclusion.
Jakubowicz writes that Bill T/363 "require[s] instituting a system of surveillance, supervision and possible repression that are unacceptable in a democratic society... placing Hungary alongside authoritarian countries seeking to control all forms of social communication."
Remembering Karol JakubowiczOn 29 June 2013 IAMCR organised a special session at its IAMCR Dublin conference to commemorate Karol Jakubowicz. Karol was a communications scholar and a longtime friend of IAMCR and many of its members.
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Though the members are appointed by politicians, often on a party political basis, Jakubowicz said this is unavoidable in Poland at the moment. "We lack strong civil institutions,"
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