New Delhi: Corporate lobbyist Niira Radia and some prominent journalists may be summoned by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee as their name figured in the taped conversations related to portfolio allocation in the UPA-II cabinet and the 2-G spectrum controversy.

At least two journalists are likely to be asked to appear before the PAC at its next meeting, sources said. However, the date has not been fixed for the meeting and the PAC has not yet intimated the persons to be called.

The PAC is yet to finalise the complete list of persons to be summoned but some more names may be included, informed the sources.

In the taped conversations, which were leaked to the media, Radia is heard talking to senior journalists about how the Telecom Ministry should be given to DMK's A Raja. She is also asking them to take up the issue with senior Congress leaders.

The PAC examining the CAG report that pegged the loss in the 2-G spectrum scam at Rs 1.76 Lakh Crore has, among others, heard the CBI Director who was asked to appear before it.