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TRAI may look at “finetuning” new tariff order

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) may look at “finetuning” the new tariff order for cable and broadcasting sector to address any “aberrations”, as per a news report by Economic Times. However, the regulatory body won’t rush into this without adequate data backup.

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TRAI directs 3 Punjab-based MSOs for flouting tariff order rules

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued directives to three distribution platform operators (DPOs) to comply with all provisions of its new tariff order. The regulator issued the notice to the DPOs after finding several violations.

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TRAI may bring OTTs carrying TV channels under licensing framework

The telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI) may soon bring over-the-top (OTT) platforms carrying TV channels under a licensing framework similar to the one for broadcasters. OTT platforms run by broadcasters like Hotstar, Sony LIV, Zee5, Voot will feel the heat if it gets finalised.

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TRAI open house session: Telcos demand 'same stringent rules', adequate checks on competing OTTs

Telecom players have attacked OTT services such as WhatsApp and Facebook demanding that there be regulations on them similar to what they have to go through, as per a report by Mint. At the TRAI open house discussion on regulatory framework for OTT services.

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Tata Sky's application prompts Delhi HC stay on TRAI's directive to DTH companies on LDPs

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday stayed Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s directive to direct-to-home (DTH) companies on restoring old plans of long duration pack (LDP) subscribers and abstaining from moving them to the new tariff order.

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