Media regulator fines Noor TV £75,000 for encouraging audience members to donate money in return for prayers
Wednesday 28 September 2011
An Islamic TV channel that encouraged viewers to donate money in return for prayers has been fined £75,000 by Ofcom.
The media regulator said "susceptible members of the audience may have been persuaded to donate money to Noor TV when they would not otherwise have done so".
Noor TV, which is owned by Al Ehya Digital Television, broadcasts on the Sky satellite service.
More on the pay for prey at "The Guardian"