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MIB gives permission to four new channels

For nearly a year, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has been stingy in handing out licences to channels. But in July, four new channels got permissions and none were cancelled.

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MIB seeks details to simplify forex payments for broadcasters, teleport ops

In what it says is aimed at further easing norms for doing broadcast business, the government has asked for particulars from TV channels and teleport operators using services of foreign satellites for uplinking and temporary uplinking so payment of foreign exchange processes could be simplified.

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DoT seeks views on blocking mobile apps like FB, WhatsApp

India’s telecom department has sought views of the stakeholders on technical measures that can be adopted for blocking mobile apps like Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp and Telegram. The proposal has been questioned and criticised by a large section of the industry and civil society, including chamber...

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DD has no plans to buy rights of cricket WC '19 & Tests: MIB

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has stated that national broadcaster Doordarshan will continue relying on existing laws to air live and shared signals of relevant international cricket matches, the rights for which may be with some private broadcaster, while clarifying there were no...

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MIB cancelled 14 channels’ permissions on MHA advice

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) is getting strict on giving channel licences, even cancelling some. 14 channels, whose licence was cancelled by the MIB due to security denial by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), challenged the decision and have got a stay order from the High Court.

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