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TRAI files appeal against TDSAT’s landing page judgment in Supreme Court

In a move that can have far-reaching implications for India's broadcasting sector, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) order on landing pages. A bench headed by HMJ Arun...

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Balaji Telefilms group CEO Sunil Lulla steps down

Balaji Telefilms group CEO Sunil Lulla has stepped down from his position last week. Industry veteran Lulla was appointed to the position last year. Industry sources confirmed the development to Indiantelevision.com. Indiantelevision.com reached out to Balaji but they didn’t respond till the time...

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Dish TV pays Star India Rs 55 crore in line with TDSAT order

Leading direct-to-home (DTH) operator Dish TV paid Star India Rs 55 crore adhering to the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal’s (TDSAT) order dated 23 July. The tribunal, in its 29 July order, also noted that Star India has admitted and acknowledged the payment.

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Avinash Kaul promoted to broadcast CEO in Network18 restructuring

In a new development, the Network18 group has elevated some of its executives to new positions with Avinash Kaul being promoted to Network18 broadcast CEO.

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TRAI's new tariff order causes sharp decline in TV viewership

After the new tariff order implementation, television viewership in India has dipped due to ongoing disruption in the cable and broadcasting ecosystem. Zee News reported that as per CSLA the viewership of the top five broadcasters reduced to 78 per cent from almost 90 per cent earlier.

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