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MCGM to Bombay high court: Can't waive licence fee for Mumbai’s OOH owners

MUMBAI: On 19 June, in an unexpected turn of events, the municipal corporation of greater Mumbai (MCGM) refused to waive off the licence fees even if the hoardings in Mumbai are advertising civic messages. The bench dealt with a number of petitions filed by advertising agencies, holding licences...

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Bombay High Court ends OOH hoardings' Covid2019 messaging mandate

MUMBAI: In a move that comes as a relief, during the fourth virtual Bombay high court hearing, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCMG) has asked media owners to stop displaying awareness messages around Covid2019 on its OOH properties. In the month of March, MCMG had mandated all...

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Bombay high court to hear OOH players' plea on 12 June

MUMBAI: On 5 June, the Bombay High Court, while hearing the plea of Mumbai OOH owners, extended its stay order till 12 June, for waiver of license fee on hoardings for the month of May 2020.  According to the verdict, the exemption will only be given to the eight OOH players that have already...

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NTO 2.0: Bombay High Court adjourns case to 26 Feb

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has adjourned the ongoing case between the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and broadcasters on the new tariff order (NTO) to 26 February. During the last hearing , no interim relief had been granted. Last time, the advocate for TRAI made a statement at the...

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NTO 2.0 case: No interim relief granted, to be heard on 12 Feb

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has listed the next hearing of the ongoing case between the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and broadcasters on the new tariff order (NTO) on 12 February. No interim relief has been granted yet which can be argued at the next hearing. It has also been...

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