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Ad cap dispute to move to High Court?

MUMBAI: Its wings have been clipped. If one goes by the decision of the Supreme Court announced yesterday, all appeals against regulations set by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) will now be dealt with in the various High Courts, not by the Telecom Disputes and Appellate Tribunal (...

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Unbundling channel rates a danger to TV ecosystem?

MUMBAI: In the midst of the digitisation process in India, several issues continue to be left unanswered. One such being the matter of unbundling of channels for which the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued a consultation paper asking suggestions from stakeholders regarding the...

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Licensed Indian channels drop to 784

MUMBAI: It has come under flak in the past for being rather liberal in issuing licences to TV broadcasters. But the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has been cracking down on this front over the past year or so.

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Aakhir bahu bhi toh beti hee hai and niyati maha episode on sahara one

A night of high drama and interesting twists and turns awaits viewers of Sahara One. The channel is all set to telecast a Maha Sangam episode of Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Beti Hee Hai and Rishton Ke Bhanwar Mein Uljhi…NIYATI to be aired on Friday, December 27 from 9 to10 pm. The Maha Sangam episode will...

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IIMC Commences Five Months Diploma Course in Urdu Journalism

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, has commenced a five month Diploma Course in Urdu Journalism intended to promote the proficiency of working journalists in Urdu language newspapers and the capabilities of media professionals in the Urdu language.

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Celebrate Christmas & bring in the New Year with loads of Love & Laughter!

This festive season Romedy NOW, India’s exclusive English channel for Love and Laughter, presents its viewers with the best lineup of warm and cheerful entertainment beginning 7 am onwards this Christmas day, December 25th 2013. There’s a gift for everyone in Santa’s sack this year with the vast...

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The Bollywood roundtable 2013- The Actresses

CNN-IBN’s Bollywood Roundtable hosted by Rajeev Masand brings to you the best of Bollywood. From directors to actors and music composers to writers, it gives a unique perspective on the challenges faced by the industry members and an insight into the functioning of the industry.

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American SC upholds ban of political ads on public radio and television

NEW DELHI : While lawyers dismantle many restrictions on political money, the rules affecting Morning Edition and Downton Abbey still stand tall. A federal court in San Francisco says public radio and TV stations cannot carry paid political ads.

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TRAI seeks industry comments on FM Phase III migration

MUMBAI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has released the consultation paper on the migration of FM radio broadcasters from Phase-II to Phase-III. As part of the consultative process, the stake holders have been requested to offer their comments and views by 17 December 2013.

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