Rabat - Ready to express your anger and disappointment? Morocco’s High Authority of Audiovisual Communication (HACA) on January 1 launched an official website to receive complaints from Moroccan public.
Rabat – Ready to express your anger and disappointment? Morocco’s High Authority of Audiovisual Communication (HACA) on January 1 launched an official website to receive complaints from Moroccan public.
The online portal, haca.ma, allows the public to send their complaints and track’s the body’s ongoing projects. The portal is also designed to provide the public with an online access to benefit from its services.
According to a statement by HACA, this major redesign of the website has also widened the area of information and exchanges with audiovisual operators following their approval. The platform was completed after two years of design and testing.
“The website is a platform for exchanging information, administrative correspondence and consultation,” added HACA.
The High Authority of Audiovisual Communication also devoted an area for analysis, monitoring content, statistics, press reactions, economic data and technological innovations in its website, reported Maghreb Arab Press
According to HACA’s statement, ‘this platform, which also allows media operators to receive technical alerts is the tool shared between the HACA and the international audiovisual world, which is able to progressively advance the
The HACA operates as a mediator between the executive and media institutions. It is entitled with consultative power enforced by a large number of seasoned media experts. It is responsible for Morocco’s sector of audiovisual communication, which includes television and radio.