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YLE funding to remain unchanged in 2015

Monday 15 September 2014 | 12:29 CET | News
The Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications said the funding of the Finnish Broadcasting Company YLE will remain unchanged at approximately EUR 508 million in 2015. This means that the public broadcasting tax will stay the same. On 15 September, the government presented the Parliament with a proposal for a temporary amendment to the Act on the State Television and Radio Fund, which suggested that no index adjustment should be made because of the present financial situation.

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