The Federal Authority for Audiovisual Communication Services (Spanish: ''Autoridad Federal de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual'', AFSCA) is an agency of the government of Argentina with the power to regulate television and radio services. It began activities on December 10, 2009, two months after the passage of the Law 26,522 of Audiovisual Communications Services (Ley de Medios), and replaced the Federal Broadcasting Committee (Comité Federal de Radiodifusión, COMFER).
Its current director is Martín Sabbatella.
The AFSCA is led by a seven-member board, consisting of the following:
*1 president and 1 director named by the president.
*3 directors nominated by parliamentary committee, each representing one of the top three parliamentary blocs.
*2 directors nominated by the Federal Council for Audiovisual Communication; one of these must be an academic in the fields of information sciences, communications or journalism from a national university.
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