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Vertigo Broadcasting Authority
|Formation||19 October 2014|
|Legal status||Governmental Company|
|Purpose/focus||Television and Radio Communications Authority|
After the 30 September reconstruction, The President decided he has to start a broadcasting authority for Vertigo. He started it the 19 October 2014.
The only channel VBA transmitted until 6 August 2015, was 5ports. That channel still streams repetitions of M-League matches.
The VBA runs a YouTube channel, and a local IPTV channel - Vertigo 1 - in the current government's headquarters.
To legally broadcast from and to Vertigo, you need to apply for a license from the VBA. The licenses can be limited to areas. Each license has a unique callsign, which has to be part of its IPTV, HDTV, DTV, STV or radio broadcast, usually seen on the channels' commercial breaks.
|Callsign||Channel/Station||License Expiry date||License Details|
|LN 1 IPTV||Vertigo 1||31 December 2015, 23:59 (UTC+2) (Expired)||License: National, IPTV|
Apart of being the only authority for giving and administrating TV and radio licenses and broadcasts, the VBA is also a broadcaster.
Vertigo 1 (LN 1 IPTV) was a Vertigan TV channel dedicated to general broadcasts, and was started by the VBA, using the old VBA 5ports license.
It broadcasted on IPTV and YouTube, and its first broadcast was an MRL match - CD Vertigo against Vjesin Strikers - on 10 September 2015.
It's license expired on 31.12.15, and since the 1.1.16 the channel is closed. VBA already made it public that they will not start a new channel in the close future.
The VBA 5ports channel was a Vertigan TV channel dedicated to sports and eSports broadcasts.
It was started on 19 October 2014, and used the LN 1 IPTV license.
The channel was closed on 6 August 2015, but there's an automatic livestream.com channel that is still broadcasting.