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DRM best system as it utilises existing tech, uses less spectrum: Pal

NEW DELHI: Even as the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has scheduled an open house discussion on digital radio broadcasting based on a paper issued by it on 10 July this year, the Digital Radio Mondiale has strongly urged the government to encourage the efforts of digitising the All-India...

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DD, AIR set to provide free-to-air coverage of FIFA U-17 WC

NEW DELHI: India, which has seen every format of cricket, is, for the first time, all set to play host to the other big world game – football – which has so far remained the domain of the western world, with just Kerala, West Bengal, Goa and the north-eastern states' viewers showing interest in the...

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Indian radio services set for global expansion

MUMBAI: All-India Radio (AIR) is all set to expand global services for its Indian audience, which will cover Japan, Germany and Canada. The AIR is planning to launch the services for several countries, including some in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), with an aim to support the...

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Comment: DD birthday debate should be on change in attitude

Indian pubcaster Doordarshan, which claims to be one of the largest television network in the world in terms of reach, appears all set to take on a new look --- is searching for a new logo, has auctioned prime time slots on DD National channel, is moving forward on acquiring newer technology, among...

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Modi invites Indians' 'Mann ki Baat', to be aired by AIR, DD, pvt channels & DTH platforms

NEW DELHI: Telephone lines opened on 16 August for people wanting to give their viewpoints to the prime minister Narendra Modi. Indians can call on toll-free number 1800 11 7800 before the 34th installment of his monthly Mann Ki Baat is broadcast. Messages can also be sent via the mygov.in website...

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