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IMG calls for review of key provisions in the Broadcast Bill

Indian Media Group (IMG), the organisation representing Indian media companies in television broadcasting, radio and print media sector, has submitted its recommendations on the proposed Broadcast Services Regulation Bill, 2006. In its proposal, the organisation has asked the government to review...

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IBF calls for broader consultative participation on Broadcast Bill

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) is crying foul against the Broadcast Services Regulation Bill, 2006. Submitting a detailed proposal on the Bill to the information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry today, the IBF suggested a broader consultative participation among all the stakeholders...

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Government allays fears of media industry on Broadcast Bill

Fazed by strident criticism of certain provisions in a proposed Broadcast Bill, the government on Monday agreed to take industry's concerns into consideration while drafting the legislation.

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Government issues watered down concept note on Broadcast Bill, seeks feedback

The government has put out a watered-down version of the much-reviled draft Broadcast Bill for feedback from all stakeholders.

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Broadcast Bill Darbaar raises lively online debate

MUMBAI: The Broadcast Bill needs to adequately address the changing dynamics in a converging world; and the sector regulator (the proposed Broadcast Regulatory Authority of India - Brai) needs to be an autonomous body - one that is neutral and not managed by the government.

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