UBC Warns Private Media Stations Against Illegal World Cup Broadcast


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Kasumba tasked all TV stations intending to have analyses of the matches to only use footage with UBC logo to avoid antagonism during the campaign.

She assured the public of a clear view and production of quality pictures since the station imported new modern television equipment.

Under the same arrangement, Kasumba revealed that during the campaign, the public will be given the opportunity to interact with the presenters and win prizes.

Officiating at the same function Rose Namayanja the minister of information and national guidance called for more professionalism among the sports presenters.

Namayanja said many sports presenters are doing the work out of passion where they luck the basic journalism principles which has left the Uganda sports media industry wanting.


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