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MSOs join issues with TRAI tariff plea at Madras HC

In a fresh twist to a face-off between broadcasters and regulator TRAI over tariff matters vis-a-vis international and Indian copyright laws, country’s MSOs have joined issues requesting Madras High Court to hear their views too.

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TRAI tariff: Madras HC extends status quo; SC to hear regulator's appeal on 16 Jan

NEW DELHI: The Madras High Court today extended to 19 January 2017 the status quo with regard to any TRAI tariff orders or regulations for the broadcast sector in a case by Star TV and Vijay TV.

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TV adcaps case in Delhi HC deferred to 20 April

The Delhi High Court has adjourned the hearing of the ad cap on television channels again, this time to 20 April 2017, as the concerned bench did not sit today.

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PVR Ltd: HC nod to two subsidiaries' merger with parent

MUMBAI: PVR Ltd has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange that the Delhi High Court, vide the formal Order issued on 4 January, 2017, has approved the Scheme of Amalgamation entailing merger of PVR Leisure Limited and Lettuce Entertain You Limited with PVR Limited...

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Licence fee payable to copyright owners; HC 'no' to vacate injunction

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court vacation judge Justice Najmi Waziri has declined to vacate the injunction obtained by Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA) from the court earlier this month against collection of licence fees by the Indian Performing Rights Society, the Phonographic...

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