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TRAI directs DPOs to remove TV channels from landing page

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Monday directed all distributors of TV channels and broadcasters to restrain with immediate effect from placing registered television channel, whose TV rating is released by ratings agency, on the landing page or the boot-up screen.

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Discovery JEET rewrites history with a reach of 140 million plus on the launch day

MUMBAI: Discovery JEET, the new entertainment channel from Discovery India, with meaningful content spanning biopics, historicals, crime and comedy was launched on February 12 with a reach of 140 million across India.

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Parliamentary panel raps MIB on knuckles for DAS implementation

MUMBAI: The Parliament’s Standing Committee on Information Technology and Communications (SCIT) has sent out a stern message to the stakeholders of India’s broadcast and cable industry, including the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB): get your acts together.

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Siti bullish on broadband: Rajesh Sethi

Mumbai: Despite uncertainty in many quarters, these are interesting times for people following the multi-system operator (MSO) industry. Recently, Siti Networks Ltd (Siti) released its Q2 and H1 results for 2017-18, reigniting the hope for growth in the industry. Announcing growth in operating...

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Broadcast media sector FDI norms see minor tweaks in govt’s fresh announcement

NEW DELHI: The government of India yesterday issued a comprehensive FDI policy for various sectors where nothing new has been specified in terms of foreign limits for the media sector from what had already been announced in June 2016.

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