If your complaint is about accuracy, bias or references to brands (with the exception of product placement) in programmes that originate from broadcasting stations that are licensed by the Broadcasting Authority.
You should complain with the broadcasting station in the first instance. Please find their contact details here.
You can submit a copy of your complain to the broadcasting station through the front page of this website by uploading your complain here.
The station has up to 72 hours to answer you. Failures to do so or in the event of a reply which you do not deem satisfactory, then you have up to a maximum of fifteen days to file the complaint with the Broadcasting Authority and you have every right to ask the Authority to appoint a hearing.
Should this complaint warrant a sitting, the Secretary to the Board will inform you of the date and time of the session when the hearing will be held.
For the hearing both the complainant (yourself) and the station will be summoned to the Broadcasting Authority to make their submissions on the case. Following the submissions a decision is taken by the Broadcasting Authority and this is communicated to both parties.
This procedure is without prejudice to any other independent action that the Authority may take against any station if there is a breach of broadcasting rules and regulations.
Sittings are normally held on a Tuesday afternoon between 2.00 and 5.00pm.