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A wrong to correct a wrong

Media observer and consultant Sanjev Hiremath takes a close look at how the Indian cable TV industry has changed.

Regulators TRAI
TRAI's toothless content aggregator regulations

There is no restriction on the ownership of agent companies or how many broadcasters they can represent. It is more likely to lead to a futile exercise of splitting existing contracts.

Regulators TRAI
Cable TV digitisation: Parliamentary standing committee meets TV trade in Mumbai

MUMBAI: There’s been a lot of press and media coverage about the process of cable TV digitisation over the past year or so. Most of it stated has been a mixed bag with opinions about its progress swinging from disastrous to a fabulous rollout. Hence, the political class decided to find out on their...

Television TV Channels GECs
TRAI Open House: Aggregators given another week to respond

NEW DELHI: Television aggregators were today given a period of one week to give any recommendations they may have on the regulations relating to them issued earlier by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). At an Open House that was well-attended, TRAI Chairman Rahul Khullar said any...

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News of the Week (02 Aug - 09 Aug)

Our top stories for this week include - TRAI attempts to rein in TV channel aggregators in new consultation paper; Evaluation of RFPs for BARC to be held from 14 August and The inside dope on Zee's &pictures.

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