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SC to MIB: Get mechanism to deal with complaints on TV, radio shows

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Central Government to set up a statutory mechanism to deal with citizens' complaints against TV and radio programmes.

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Regulations 2016: Of DeMon challenges, changing goalposts & rampant litigation

The regulatory regime in 2016 not only continued to struggle keeping pace with fast-marching technology (4G is passé, 5G is being talked in some countries), but lack of consensus amongst stakeholders on major issues meant that litigation was rampant, thus leading to changing milestones.

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Non-bailable FIR by Mamata Banerjee against Zee News & Sudhir Chaudhary

MUMBAI: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has filed a non-bailable FIR against Zee News and its reporter Sudhir Chaudhary for daring to openly air the communal rampage which took place in her backyard.

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2016: The Year of Disruption: Growth, revenues, M&As, new techs, flip-flops in times of demonetisation

Year 2016 was a rare instance when the Indian government and a global company’s projections for the Indian media and entertainment industry seemed to be matching for a large part of the year. Almost. Considering the differences in parameters that the government adopts for economic outlook...

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Telecast ban withheld in two of 31 cases; no IMC recast plan

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that there have been only two cases in the past two years and the current year where the government has put on hold its orders asking TV channels to prohibit transmission for limited time.

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