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turner india reveals new channel pricing

The Supreme Court today listed for 28 August the special leave petition filed by Star India and Vijay TV against a tariff and inter-connect orders of regulator TRAI that had been given a go-ahead by the Madras High Court.

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Sun TV Network announces new channel pricing

MUMBAI: While broadcasters are still waiting for the Supreme Court hearing on the TRAI tariff order, most of them are publishing their reference interconnect offer (RIO) already in compliance with the order. Sun TV Network has also announced its RIO almost one week after the TRAI deadline of 31...

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Airtel Digital TV hits back at Star India

MUMBAI: “Liar.” That’s what DTH platform Airtel Digital TV has called India’s leading TV network Star India. In a statement put out earlier yesterday, Airtel said that it was shocked by the “malicious, misleading, defamatory campaign based on blatant lies being run by Star India. There is no truth...

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TRAI orders broadcasters to remove analogue RIOs from website

MUMBAI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has ordered cable TV service providers to stop displaying any reference interconnect offers(RIO) for analogue platforms.

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Star-TRAI case hearing in Madras High Court starts

Final hearing commenced in the petition by Star India and Vijay TV challenging the jurisdiction of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to issue tariff orders on the ground that content came under the Copyright Act.

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