Cullen International’s Americas benchmark on gender equality in the media shows that Brazil, Colombia, Peru and the US are the only countries from the eight countries covered where there are no binding rules on the representation/portrayal of women and/or rules against gender discrimination in TV programmes and advertising.
In particular, in the US, the constitution ensures free speech and forbids the enactment of any laws or regulations that impose a particular expression upon individuals.
Argentina and Canada, on the other hand, adopted specific rules on the representation of women and/or against gender discrimination in TV programmes and advertising, while Chile and Mexico have rules in place in TV programmes but not in advertising.
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07 April 21
Saudi Arabia to release nearly 4 GHz of mobile spectrum by 2023
Cullen International’s summary of CITC’s spectrum outlook plan highlights that, between 2021 and 2023, CITC will allocate extra spectrum, totalling about 4 GHz, for mobile use in the low, mid and high spectrum bands.
06 April 21
Latest radio spectrum developments in the Americas
The latest update of the Americas Spectrum Profiles covers radio spectrum policy, responsible authorities and country data, as well as a spectrum awards outlook for 22 countries in the Americas.
01 April 21
How smart is your city?
New global research by Cullen International on the internet of things (IoT) explores how IoT technology is being applied to and deployed across different industrial ‘verticals’ in different parts of the world – including smart cities.