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Siti withdraws petition against SPN from TDSAT

Siti Network Ltd has withdrawn its two-year-old petition against Sony Pictures Networks Distribution India Pvt Ltd and ORS from the Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT), stating that the parties have settled their differences.

Regulators TDSAT
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India’s sports broadcasting ecosystem threatened by ‘motivated’ PILs

MUMBAI: On 10 May 2019, the Delhi High Court issued a notice in a petition challenging Section 3 (1) of the Sports Broadcasting Signal (Mandatory Sharing with Prasar Bharati) Act 2007, which restricts the retransmission of live broadcasting signals of sporting events of national importance by...

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SPNI tells TRAI OTT platforms can't be compared to broadcasting services

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has again batted for the policy of forbearance for the fullest potential growth of the OTT industry. The broadcaster has also strongly advocated that OTTs providing content/media cannot be brought within the ambit of substitutability with broadcasting service.

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SPN India adds Happy India HD pack to its bouquet

MUMBAI: Three months into the new TRAI tariff order regime and Sony Pictures Network has a plan to woo consumers. The broadcaster in its RIO mentioned a new ’Happy India HD’ pack. The pack costs Rs 70, which includes channels such as SET HD, Sab HD, Pal, Max HD, Max 2, Sony Wah, Mix, Sony Yay, Sony...

Television TV Channels GECs
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Sony Pictures Networks India Takes a Step Towards Change - Provides over 20,00,000 litres of Potable Water to Villages in Maharashtra

MUMBAI: Staying true to its CSR theme of ‘Ek India Happywala’, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) took a step forward and reached out to the interiors of drought hit Maharashtra to address the issue of potable water. With a vision to build a better society, SPN’s CSR programme is built around three...

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