Zhongtian News Station refused to accept the decision of the National Communications and Communication Commission (NCC) to "do not approve the replacement of licenses", and immediately filed false sanctions with the High Administrative Court in the middle and late 11 months, including: "NCC temporarily authorized the replacement of Zhongtian News Station's satellite broadcasts. TV license" and "The NCC shall not permit or agree to use Channel 52 by other companies before the decision of the false punishment case".
The main reason is to avoid irreparable damage caused by the resolution. However, the false punishment has been rejected by the Taipei High Administrative Court. The High Administrative Court dismissed the remove background from image sanction of Zhongtian leave, and there is no doubt that "spare frequency is needed" Looking back at the whole process of NCC's case of changing the license of Zhongtian, the main reasons for NCC's decision not to change the license on the 18th of last month were "the failure of the internal control and self-discipline mechanism" and "the inability to explain how it could exclude the improper intervention of the upper-level shareholders.
The amount and number of complaints and penalties of Zhongtian are too numerous to record, and the "internal self-discipline mechanism" cannot play a role, the top-to-bottom interference of the company's top management is endless, and news reports of specific political positions are fundamentally inconsistent. Professional and ethical standards of journalism. NCC's decision will take effect on December 11, which means that "Channel 52" will no longer be Zhongtian News Station, and new TV stations will be owned after that. According to regulations, NCC must apply through the cable TV system provider. In other words, unless the new TV station has illegal facts or conditions that do not meet the qualifications, the NCC cannot deny the application of the system provider. After all, the government needs to keep a distance from the market, and there should be no "first entry ” or “prejudiced” attitude.