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06 10 24 - Broadcasting Watchdog Suggests French Film Boycott
Friday,October 20,2006- Monday - ISTANBUL 23:21 - (From A.M.USA)
The Radio and Television Higher Board (RTUK) has recommended that Turkish national and local television channels and radios boycott French media.
Turkey's broadcasting watchdog said in a written statement late on Wednesday that board members had unanimously agreed that Turkish television and radio stations should avoid airing French-made programs until France drops the Armenian genocide bill.
On Oct. 12, the French National Assembly passed a highly controversial bill that makes it a crime to deny that the mass killings of Armenians during World War I were genocide.
French films, TV shows and music account for about 10 percent of the content on Turkish radio and television, according to figures provided by the broadcasting watchdog.
The Turkish Consumers Union, Turkey's main consumer group, last week decided to publicize one French company or brand every week and encourage Turks to boycott it.
French oil company Total has been boycotted and a boycott of L'Oréal will begin as of next Monday


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