German broadcaster cleared of deception

German interactive quiz channel 9 Live has been cleared of misleading and deceiving its audiences. A consumers association had taken the channel to court amid complaints from the public that they had faced big phone bills following unsuccessful calls to join in one of 9 Lives games.

The consumers association couldn't back up its claims and lost its case in the Leipzig county court. Similar proceedings in Munich have now been dropped by prosecutors there.

9 Live or 'neun live' as it is also known, recently got into the Guinness Book of Records for being the longest running TV Quiz! report HERE

Munich prosecutors drop case (in German)

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