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TRAI open house to discuss ease of doing broadcast biz

NEW DELHI: An Open House Discussion is to be held on 1 November in New Delhi next month on ways to find out easier ways of doing broadcast business and cause least harassment to entrepreneurs. With the fast changing regulatory framework for the media and entertainment sector, which in India is one...

Regulators TRAI
No plan for one-stop broadcast authority at present, says Rathore

The Government has said there was no plan to set up a one-stop regulatory authority to receive complaints against broadcasting of programmes on private radio and television channels in violations of the code, thus ending the practice of self regulation.

Regulators I&B Ministry
Fortinet deploys over 500 WiFi locations across Mumbai

MUMBAI: Fortinet, a leader in high-performance cybersecurity solutions, has announced that the Maharashtra Information Technology Corporation (MITC) has selected Fortinet to provide wireless Internet access to the citizens of Mumbai, India.

iWorld Broadband
Inter-Ministerial group examining TSPs' system issues

NEW DELHI: Communications minister Manoj Sinha has said that an inter-ministerial group (IMG) has been formed to examine systematic issues impacting viability and repayment capacity in telecom sector. He said the IMG would furnish recommendations for resolution of stressed assets at the earliest...

iWorld Telecom
Faced with deadline, MIB says all provisional MSOs will be deemed regular

NEW DELHI: Faced with just less than one month to go before total switch-off of analogue signals, the Government today decided that all provisional multi-system operators will be deemed as having regular licence for ten years.

Cable TV Multi System Operators

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