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Smriti Irani tweets industry body advisory urging restraint by TV news channels

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Smriti Irani yesterday in tweets amplified advisories issued by news industry associations, which had cautioned TV news channels to exercise restraint while reporting on the violence unleashed in the states of Haryana, Punjab, parts of Uttar Pradesh and...

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COMMENT: KNIVES, ARNAB, & THE OLD GUARD OF ENGLISH NEWS

MUMBAI: The knives are out. The blades are being flashed around. And those involved in the street fight are drawing blood and bleeding as well. Only difference is that the street fighters are not the ruffian kind, rather they are gents who you watch on the TV screen or dressed up to the T in well...

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BARC-NBA face-off: Experts feel ad agencies, TV channels will take individual call; resolution best option

Now that English TV news channels have boycotted BARC India’s audience data and the measurement company hit back by saying it is not its job to sort out issues like usage of multiple LCNs by TV channels with an aim to increase viewership, what next? The twists and turns continue coming thick and...

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Indian English news channels boycott BARC's viewership monitoring

In a coordinated move, the English TV channel news members of the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) have decided to pull out of Indian viewership ratings monitor Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC). As of 7 pm today – India Today, Times Now, News X, CNN News19, and NDTV 24x7 – have...

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MIB report: 50% digital STBs seeded during DAS' first three phases

NEW DELHI: If the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) is to be believed, then first three phases of on going rollout of digital addressable system have already accounted for 50 per cent of digitisation as out of targeted 140 million set-top-box requirement, 70 million have been installed...

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