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Starting on November 19, all television stations will be allowed to air their programmes as normal, but the programmes must be free from violent or sexual content or use foul language, said Colonel Nathee Sukolrat, president of the Broadcasting Board of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commisssion, on Friday.
Although normal programmes are allowed to be aired during November 13-18, he said that programmes to be aired must fit for different age groups and must be free from violent or sexual content or which use foul language. Comedy programmes are not permitted during this period, he added.
Colonel Nathee, however, said TV stations still have to air live broadcast by the Public Relations Department about members of the Royal Family or foreign Royalties attending merit-making ceremonies to pay tribute to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
All TV stations are required to include programmes to pay tribute to the late King in their progamme schedules until next January 21.
Full Story – Thai PBS