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  • PBA move to help media professionals hit by Bol scam

    KARACHI: To address the job crisis for media professionals at Bol TV which emerged after Axact scandal, the Pakistan Broad­casters Association (PBA) anno­unced a policy of hiring back ‘as many media professionals as possible’ by member channels of the association...

    Also read: Bol TV asked to wait for clearance of Axact“As the representative body of electronic media in Pakistan, PBA is looking after the welfare and development of...

  • Information ministry moves Pemra against broadcast of Bol

    ISLAMABAD: The federal information ministry wrote a letter to Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) Thursday, asking it not to broadcast BOL TV channel till completion of investigation into the degree scam by Axact — the parent company of the upcoming television and newspaper group...

    "A letter has been sent to Pemra to stop Bol's transmission on a temporary basis," Federal Information Secretary Muhammad Azam told...

  • Info minister promises to ensure Bol employees’ salaries

    ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Senator Pervaiz Rasheed arrived at the National Press Club (NPC) early Thursday morning, in an attempt to deter journalists from protesting at the launch of the metro bus service, against the closure of Bol News channel before its launch,...

    President PFUJ Afzal Butt and other speakers including Mushtaq Minhas, who apart from being a founding member of the NPC is also a senior official in Bol News,...

  • Domino effect: Senior journalists leave BOL amid controversy

    KARACHI: Senior journalists associated with Bol Network — the sister organisation of Axact — have announced their resignations from the company just days after an explosive New York Times story raised questions about Axact's involvement in a fake degree scam...

    Kamran Khan, the president and editor-in-chief (co -founder) of BOL Group, was the first to announce his disassociation from Bol...

  • The Bol implosion

    Read: Damning NYT report uncovers Axact's fake degrees scamThe Axact debacle matters because of Bol...

    If it weren’t for Bol, Axact would be just another dodgy business at worst and a template for the young and unscrupulous at best — use the power of the internet to part a fool and his money in distant lands? Yes, please...

  • Bol TV asked to wait for clearance of Axact

    ISLAMABAD: The Pak­istan Electronic Media Reg­ulatory Authority (Pemra) ordered the management of Bol Television on Thursday to stop their transmission until the directors of their parent company Axact were exonerated from charges of fraud and money laundering...

    A spokesman for the electronic media watchdog told Dawn that the Bol management had been told that until the investigation into this matter was concluded and the directors of...

  • Top journalists quit Bol amid Axact probe

    KARACHI: In less than a week after The New York Times broke a story against the parent company of a media conglomerate, veteran journalists like Kamran Khan and Azhar Abbas called it a day at the Axact’s Bol media network on Saturday...

    Mr Khan was the president and editor-in-chief of the Bol media group while Mr Abbas was the president and chief executive officer of Bol News...

  • Support for Bol journalists pledged

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists headed by Rana Azeem has decided to hold protest rallies and sit-ins from Monday to demand withdrawal of restrictions on Bol TV channel...

    It also demanded withdrawal of a letter issued by Information Minister Senator Pervaiz Rashid to the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority for the cancellation of Bol channel’s licence...

  • Pemra revokes Bol News licence over lack of security clearance for directors

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Wednesday revoked the satellite television licences granted to Bol News and Bol Entertainment (Pak News) for failing to secure security clearance for its directors from the interior ministry...

    A press release issued by the regulatory authority said its decision comes after the interior ministry denied clearance to four directors — Shoaib Shaikh, Ayesha Shoaib Shaikh, Viqas...

  • SHC restores Bol News licence

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Thursday ordered restoration of the licence of Bol TV channel which was revoked for failing to secure security clearance for its directors from the interior ministry...

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Autho­rity (Pemra) had on Wed­nes­day revoked the lice­n­ce of Bol News after the interior ministry rejec­ted security clearance of its four dire­c­tors — Shoaib A...

  • Bol issued notice for 'casting aspersions' against Army officer

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has issued a show-cause notice to Bol News for comments made by one Sadiq Taqvi in the 'Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga' programme aired on June 27, 2017...

    The regulator has directed the Bol News management to file a reply explaining their position within seven working days...

  • IHC wants decision on BOL workers’ salary within a fortnight

    ISLAMABAD: The Islam­abad High Court directed the defunct BOL media network on Wednesday to approach the federal government, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) and Federal Investiga­tion Agency (FIA) to get its outstanding dues released...

    The court also ordered the respondents named in a petition filed by the BOL network workers and the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists to take a decision on the employees’...

  • ARY CEO announces BOL TV takeover

    KARACHI: In a startling development, ARY Digital Network Founder and Chief Executive Officer Salman Iqbal announced the media group has taken over the BOL media network...

    According to BOL's website, it is a complete media enterprise consisting of platforms including television, digital media, print media, cinemas & movies, theater and radio...

  • ARY takes over Bol TV

    KARACHI: Exactly three months after the allegations of running a ‘fake education empire’ were levelled against the parent company of Bol TV, which left its management languishing in prison, the media concern was taken over by the ARY Digital Network on Tuesday in a deal the details of which are yet to be announced...

    The CEO and founder of ARY Network, Salman Iqbal, in a speech to the employees of Bol TV in its auditorium of the...

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