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Broadcasting Content Complaints Council 'BCCC'- Details, Function, Composition



Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC)- Details, Function, Composition

The Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) is an independent self-regulatory body set-up by the Indian Broadcasting Foundation in 2011, in consultation with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

The primary role of BCCC is to implement self-regulatory guidelines for non-news channels, including general entertainment channels, kids channels and special interest channels.

The BCCC a self-regulatory body has 13 members: one chairperson, four non-broadcast members, four members from national level statutory commissions, and four members from the broadcast industry. 

Under BCCC certain guidelines have been formulated after deliberations from the industry and the Government of India around areas such as national interest, racial and religious harmony,  ill-treatment of children, social values,  sex and nudity, violence and crime, gambling, drugs, smoking, tobacco consumption, alcohol,  defamation, harm, and offense.



Latest Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) Updates

» Uday Kumar Varma appointed as BCCC member