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RTUK (Turkish: Radyo ve Televizyon Üst Kurulu, English: Radio and Television Supreme Council) is the Turkish state agency for monitoring, regulating, and sanctioning radio and television broadcasts. RTUK was founded in 1994 and is composed of nine members elected by the Grand National Assembly. RTUK is located in Ankara and maintains local offices in Istanbul, Izmir, Adana, Diyarbakir, and Van. The RTUK law was changed in February 2010. It is now possible to broadcast 24 hours in languages than other Turkish; so far 14 TV and Radio channels have received licenses to broadcast in Kurdish, Zazaki and Arabic.

www.rtuk.org.tr/

August 2010

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