Iran's Press TV loses UK licenceBBC
Jan. 20, 2012
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Iranian news network Press TV has had its licence revoked by the media regulator Ofcom and will no longer be allowed to broadcast in the UK.
Ofcom said the state broadcaster's English language outlet had breached several broadcasting licence rules over editorial control of the channel.
Press TV has also failed to pay a £100,000 fine imposed last year.
The channel called the decision "a clear example of censorship". It will be removed from Sky on 20 January.