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Uday Shankar, citing TRAI tariff order, suggests govt should unshackle instruments of monetisation

Uday Shankar believes one of the most ‘powerful’ means of fuelling the next decade of growth for India’s media and entertainment industry is for the government to ‘unshackle the instruments of monetisation’. Driving home his point, the veteran executive cited the Telecom Regulatory Authority of...

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TRAI tariff order's impact on regional channels and ad rates

India’s regional broadcast sector has taken off in the last few years. With more investment pouring in, the quality of content and production has risen up a notch. While the regional language market has a lot going for it at the moment, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) new tariff...

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TRAI asks DTH operator Independent TV to explain tariff plans

Telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI), in a letter, has asked direct-to-home (DTH) operator Independent TV to explain whether tariff plans offered by it are as per the new regulatory framework.

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Broadcasters split over TRAI’s directive to BARC on TV viewership data

The latest episode in the ongoing tariff order implementation saga saw industry watchdog and regulator, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), direct TV ratings monitoring body - Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) - to publish ratings and TV viewership data from the week ending 8...

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Tariff order implementation: Pay channels' connectivity drops ranging from 61% to 0.5% across genres

The ongoing flux in the broadcast sector due to the new TRAI tariff order implementation has had a significant impact on the connectivity of pay channels in the country. After the new regulatory framework kicked in on 1 February, pay channels’ connectivity witnessed a drop ranging from 61 per cent...

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