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MIB to collect data on satellite capacity needs, digital chatter

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has not only embarked upon data collation of the satellite capacity needs of TV channels in India but is also preparing to get real-time insights on digital chatter. In a letter sent earlier in January to Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Ltd or BECIL, the...

Regulators I&B Ministry
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How agencies deal with defaulters

MUMBAI: The history of the advertising industry has its fair share of examples of client default on payments leading to agencies bleeding losses. A classic case is that of JWT Walter Thompson (Now known as JWT), having to wind up back in 1974 due to non-payment by clients. Although the company...

MAM Media and Advertising Media Agencies
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Broadcasters, DPOs to crack down on piracy, analogue transmission

NEW DELHI: There is general agreement among broadcasters and delivery platform operators including direct to home (DTH) as well as digital cable operators that a joint industry task force should be set up to check and report cases of piracy in the third and fourth phases of digital addressable...

Cable TV DAS
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BARC India to TRAI and MIB: Tweak legislation to make data tamper-proof

NEW DELHI: India’s audience measurement company BARC India has urged broadcast regulator TRAI and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) to bring in legislations making TV viewership data tamper-proof and stipulate stringent penalties for offenders. “Provisions need to be added in relevant...

Television TV Channels Viewership
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TV content: Madras HC seeks Centre's clarification on regulatory mechanism

NEW DELHI: Joining issues with a petition presently being heard by the Supreme Court on a similar matter, the Madras High Court yesterday directed the federal government to clarify on the existing regulatory setup governing contents aired by television channels in India.

Regulators High Court

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