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TDSAT rejects DD's interim measure for FreeDish

NEW DELHI: While giving relief to slot-holders on Doordarshan FreeDish, to ensure their continuity till the government decides its new policy over the next two months, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Arbitration Tribunal (TDSAT) also rejected the interim formula proposed by Doordarshan in its...

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TDSAT interim order ensures continuity for private channels on FreeDish

NEW DELHI: Private TV channels on Doordarshan?s FreeDish with expired licences have been informed by the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Arbitration Tribunal (TDSAT) that they can continue airing until further orders. This applies to even those whose licences are soon to expire.

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TDSAT gives Prasar Bharati 2 days to respond to FreeDish auction suspension

NEW DELHI: Prasar Bharati has two days more to come out with the real reason for suspending the auctions on its DTH service FreeDish in August this year. From 27 October 2017 the telecoms and broadcast disputes tribunal TDSAT will hear two petitions challenging the decision of public broadcaster.

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WOW Cinema petitions TDSAT on delayed auctions for DD FreeDish slots

MUMBAI: Peeved by Doordarshan?s decision to keep a new round of e-auctions for slots for private TV channels on pubcaster?s FTA DTH service FreeDish on hold and fear of being shoved off the platform after annual contract expiry, WOW Cinema has moved disputes tribunal TDSAT questioning Prasar...

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TDSAT 'no' to stay Star Bharat launch, DPO payments subject to adjudication

NEW DELHI: Even as it declined to stay or restrain the launch of Life OK channel as Star Bharat, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) yesterday said the amounts paid to the distribution platform operators or DPOs will be subject to the final orders of the tribunal.

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