EMTV Future Strong

EMTV, under Media Niugini Limited, says its future inthe media landscape of Papua New Guinea is strong, and proactively certain.

This statement has come in response to a newspaper article today, featuring a misleading headline that hints at an uncertain future for the company.

The article, published in The National newspaper’s business section, requotes an interview by Islands Business magazine, with Chief Executive Officer of Media Niugini Limited’s parent company, Fiji Television Limited, Tevita Gonelevu.



While commenting on changes to media ownership laws in Fiji, Mr Gonelevu also hinted, thatthere has been mention amongsPNG government members and officials about reforms inthe ownership of media businesses inthe country.


Trade, Commerce andIndustry Minister Richard Maru, is spearheading movers to givethe Small to Medium Enterprises sector more government focus and development.

Amongst reform measures that have been discussed, is reviewingthe contents ofthPNG Reserved Businesses listing.


This listowhich has, inthe pastogovernedthe type of businesses reserved forPNG citizens, has, in recent times, been urged to look at encompassing ther industry and sectors.


Media Niugini Limited Management has stated that whilstthere may be discussions bythe government to reviewthe ownership of media companies, MNL and EMTV, will continue to be an unbiased voice for the people of Papua New Guinea for a long time yet.

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