Spanish TV stations complain of jamming from Syria
Iñaki Ferreras | 25-10-2012
In the latest twist of the Middle East jamming drama, Spain’s national public broadcaster TVE has claimed that its satellite channel TVE Internacional is suffering "deliberate interference" from Iran and Syria.
The TVE International website states that the operator is suffering interference that affects signal areas covering Europe and the Middle East as a result of the jamming and that it regretted the inconvenience that may occur to viewers.
As a means of bypassing the interference, TVE International advised that Canal 24 Hours TVE Internacional can be accessed at www.rtve.es
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the agency that governs Spanish radio and TV, has denounced the "attack" from the governments of Iran and Syria to broadcasts of Western media, such as TVE, BBC, France 24, Deutsche Welle and Voice of America.