The Uganda Communications Commission is a body Corporate established under Section 4 of the Uganda Communications Commission Act, No. 1 of 2013 to regulate the telecommunications, radio, television and postal and courier services industry in Uganda.
The Uganda Communications Commission regrets to announce the untimely death of one of its members of staff, Mrs Sopheah Namatovu Sengendo, which occurred at Nakasero Hospital on February 10, 2016.
Effective November 19, 2015, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) will hand over the management of the $300,000 (about UGX1B) Flood early warning systems in Butaleja District to the Office of the Prime Minister while the ownership of the same system will be transferred to Butaleja District Local Government.Click for more details
The Commission set and has been monitoring local content quotas (70%) on Ugandan television broadcasting stations since January 2014. The major objective is to promote national culture, pluralism, diversity, create employment, as well as developing the local film industry.
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has allocated funds to be used for the acquisition and delivery of corporate materials.Click to download full Advert
The official jury of the 2015 Uganda Film Festival comprising:
- Leonce Ngabo(Burundi),
- Barbel Mauch (Germany),
- Faustin Misanvu(Uganda),