Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
Source: Advertiser Serbia
The law provides that the alcoholic drinks with less than 20% of alcohol in the future will be able to advertise in the electronic media from 18:00 hrs. to 06:00 hrs., and those with a higher alcohol content from 23:00 hrs. to 06:00 hrs.
Advertising drinks containing up to 20% alcohol will be allowed in public spaces, at a distance of at least 100 meters away from the nearest pre-school, school, health care institutions or institutions for minors, on the means of transport other than public transport.
The adopted law sets the minimum, transparent and objective criteria for all participants in this process, and, among other things, it also prohibits misleading advertising, advertising that displays minors in dangerous situations, advertising that directly calls minors to purchase of goods or services or inviting them to demand purchases from their parents. The law also bans the advertising of formula, other food and beverages for infants up to six months and accessories for their use.
It is also stipulated that within one full hour of broadcast program of commercial providers of media services, TV advertising and teleshopping cannot occupy more than 20 percent of the time, and in programs of public broadcasting services and providers of media services of the civil sector more than 10 percent.
Broadcasting of international sporting events of national importance through the institutions of public broadcasting service can be interrupted no longer than nine minutes per hour, provided that the total broadcast of TV advertising and teleshopping may not exceed 10 percent of the daily transmitted sports program.
It is also stipulated that advertising on posters, placed in a public space, is permissible if the public area where posters are set up is designated for this purpose by the decision of local government, or if a permit is obtained for putting posters in a public area, where such permits are required.
Violations of legal provisions set forth by this law are punishable by fines ranging from 300,000 to two million Serbian dinars.