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Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi

December 9, 2014 at 5:43 amCategory:General

Computers, however, are not paying for individuals. Under certain conditions to liberate GEZ fee can the broadcasting participants of the payment. So, as recipients of unemployment benefit II payment of the licence fees are exempt. To complete capture of all participants in broadcasting, broadcasters employ so-called licence officers who check on-site whether devices are correctly reported. This is generally to be observed: should you, meet a fees officer on your property before your House or apartment door, so you can refuse access to him.

The fees agents have no authority to enter against your will land, houses or apartments. Many leaders of the broadcasting fee proceed very cleverly, not imagine as GEZ, but say they are by the Norddeutscher Rundfunk”or another public service channel. It does though somewhere, because the GEZ is a company of the public service broadcaster and insist on the fees for this. However, this statement is of course aware misleading. In some cases going to the lawyer may be worth here, because it is everyone’s right to know who you can be in the apartment. In the meantime, the Minister-Presidents of the Federal States on broadcasting finance reform have agreed. The revision foresees to make subject to the emergence of a GEZ charge no longer by the existence of a radio broadcast. Basically every household should pay from 2013, including those where no receiver is.

Still, it should be possible to get rid of the fee under certain circumstances. The legal assessment by specialist solicitors and the corresponding courts pending. Critics contend GEZ fees allows a great competitive advantage for the public service broadcasters and not contribute to a balanced content. This evidence and others that bring to the audience-tough times only entertainment such as ARD and ZDF and high quality (political) sliding documentation in the night program. Others think that the GEZ their monopoly position in relation to the Exploit consumers too much. “Who is even known the GEZ, no longer gets rid of them”, others say, even if they had to pay in fact no GEZ fees more again (for example, if individuals pulling together). These criticisms certainly have their permission, the GEZ is certainly not Holy. But anyone who criticises E.g. the German television program should look to Italy: there, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi dominated almost the entire TV content: he has a (political) influence on the State broadcaster, RAI and the private television group Mediaset with channels like Italia 1 belongs to him as a businessman. Such a scenario would be in Germany – GEZ-fees, dank-was unthinkable. Sonja Mayer