Films (but not series, serials and documentaries) and news programs can be interrupted once for each 30-minute period. In the case of children's programs, if they last longer than 30 minutes, they can be interrupted by advertising once for each 30-minute period.
Broadcast of sporting events on television can only be interrupted by isolated advertising messages when the event is stopped. In the aforementioned broadcasts, regardless of whether or not they contain autonomous parts, ad messages can be inserted provided they allow consumers to follow the development of the event.
In the case of public television, feature films that are less than 90 minutes long cannot be interrupted to broadcast advertising. If they last more than 90 minutes, then they can only be interrupted once.
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