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  1. TV and radio interference or reception
  2. Billing disputes with TV subscription services
  3. Changes to TV/radio schedules
  4. Quality of Programmes
  5. A radio station or TV channel not keeping to licensing rules
  6. The company that operates a TV channel or radio station
  7. Illegal broadcasting
  8. None of the above

TV and radio interference or reception

The Broadcasting Authority does not handle complaints about interference on your television or radio set. Although the Broadcasting Authority licenses all local radio and television broadcasting stations, the allocation of frequencies is reserved to the Malta Communications Authority.

Please contact the M.C.A. through their customer care services here.

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Billing disputes with TV subscription services

The Broadcasting Authority doesn't have the powers to investigate these matters. If your complaint can't be resolved with your provider, you may wish to contact the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority or seek independent legal advice.

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Changes to TV/radio schedules

The decision to make last minute alterations to schedules or prolong coverage of live events rests with broadcasters. If you want to provide feedback on this, you should contact the relevant broadcaster. You can find a list of our licensed Radio TV broadcasters 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.

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Quality of Programmes

If you want to provide feedback on the quality of a programme, you should contact the relevant broadcaster.

You can find a list of our licensed Radio TV broadcasters 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.

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A radio station or TV channel not keeping to licensing rules

Article 10 of the Broadcasting Act, Cap. 350 specifies various classes of broadcasting licences for radio and television broadcasts

(a) nationwide television services;

(b) nationwide radio services;

(c) community radio services including temporary radio stations;

(d) satellite radio services;

(e) satellite television services;

(f) service providers

If you believe a channel or station is breaking our licensing rules, please email "ADMINISTRATION" here.

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The company that operates a TV channel or radio station

The way TV and radio companies are managed is not within the Broadcasting Authority’s remit. However, in some cases there may be issues that affect the licence held by a company, which the Broadcasting Authority may consider investigating.

If you believe a channel or station is breaking our licensing rules, please email "ADMINISTRATION" here .

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Illegal broadcasting

If you have any information that may help the Broadcasting Authority identify illegal broadcasters or those responsible, we would like to hear from you.

For listeners and if you have any information that might help the Broadcasting Authority identify premises used by illegal broadcasters or those responsible, we would like to hear from you.

Please email "ADMINISTRATION" here.

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None of the above

Please call our Consumer Contact on: 356 2122 1281

Lines are open Monday to Friday, between 09:00 and 16:00.

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