October 29, 2013
by Kimberly Bennett
Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that clauses of an anti-monopoly law that will dismantle media conglomerate Grupo Clarin SA (GCLA) are constitutional. The court upheld Law 26.522, also known as the "Audiovisual Media Law," ruling that it was within the bounds of the constitution, forcing ...[read more]
April 19, 2013
by Alison Sacriponte
An Argentinian appeals court on Wednesday struck down key parts of a 2009 media law that was designed to dismantle the media empire Clarin. The controversial bill, which would force Clarin to sell profitable business assets, was signed into law by President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner in ...[read more]
October 11, 2009
by Amelia Mathias
Argentinian President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner Saturday signed into law a controversial bill giving her government more power to regulate the media, while limiting the power of private media companies. The executive branch now has the power to appoint representatives to a media regulating ...[read more]
September 19, 2009
by Bhargav Katikaneni
Argentina's Chamber of Deputies approved a bill Thursday that would create new media ownership rules and a new regulatory body to interpret those laws. Argentine President Christina Fernandez De Kirchner said the proposed law, which would limit how many licenses a media company could own as ...[read more]

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