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MIB recants, says only explicit condom ads banned during the day

After stirring the hornet’s nest on the contentious issue of restricting condom ads to only water-shedding hours, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has clarified that such ads can be aired on TV during daytime.

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MIB categorises all non-Hindi and non-Eng TV channels as regional

MUMBAI: In its latest order, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has sought to clear some of the confusion around its recent order on processing fees that broadcasters will have to bear in the event of a change in satellite or channel name, among other things.

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MIB bumps up TV channel processing fee

The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has sharply increased the processing fee for TV channels in supersession of an order dated 1 January 2009. Now, national channels will have to cough up Rs 100,000, while regional ones will shell out Rs 50,000.

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VTV & DY365 to go off air for violating programming act

In two separate cases, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has asked channels VTV and DY 365 to be taken off air.

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I&B tightens up on condom ads on TV

MUMBAI: Condom ads are off prime time television. The latest advisory from the information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry has asked broadcasters to keep them out of the purview of children and only telecast them between 10 pm and 6 am.

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