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Peace TV saga & absence of rule of law

The Peace TV saga after the Dhaka terrorist attack just before Eid and the brouhaha created over availability of an unlicensed channel in Indian television homes highlights yet again rules and regulations have to be applied uniformly and stringently.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Nice terror attack, Cannes and the Palais des Festivals

The date: 14 July. The location: The Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai's Colaba area. French consul general Yves Perrin plays host to businessmen, politicians, artistes, entertainment professionals, journalists like he does every year on Bastille Day to celebrate France’s National Day. Wine, champagne, and...

Specials Event Coverage Occasions
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TV News and Facebook Live

Television’s last bastion – live news – could be under threat. At least if one goes by the traction that two events got when they were broadcast live on social media last week. These were not shot with fancy news cameras by specialist videographers; they were shot using simple smart phones. The...

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Column-Policy Cross-Connections

Point 1: With over 1.2 billion population, India is a dream market for any product or service. In short, a land of opportunities.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Private broadcasters, DD, telcos and the terrestrial TV dilemma

MUMBAI: There was once a treasured medium. Everyone – 300 million when it started and -800-odd million two decades ago – flocked to it everyday. Every evening and more so on Sunday mornings they gathered around the one eyed God in their homes. They switched it on manually – and later with a remote...

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