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Ten companies get right to broadcast

THE TELECOM Authority (TÚ) granted 10 companies the right to broadcast the summit between the American and Russian presidents, the SITA news agency reported.

It is short-term permission to terrestrial stations of the SNG (Satellite News Gahtering) satellite service.

According to TÚ's spokesperson Roman Vavro, the permit holders will assure broadcasting for leading international television news stations such as CNN, BBC, NBC and Sky News.

In addition, the authority granted long-term broadcasting permission for Slovak Television (STV).

Compiled by Spectator staff from press reports

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