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US sports market to grow at 4% to touch $73.5 billion in 2019: PwC

MUMBAI: Even as India's sports industry is on a growth path with broadcasters like Star India, Multi Screen Media and others promoting games like kabbadi, football, wrestling et al, the sports industry in North America has been one of the biggest revenue generators as a business. With North America...

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MSOs facing problems in signing interconnect deals with b'casters to inform TRAI by 24 August

Apart from pointing out that it had placed on its website a standardized form for this, TRAI stressed that the rules provide that an agreement has to be signed by registered MSOs with broadcasters within 60 days of receiving a request.

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TRAI asks MSOs to devise rational channel rates for phase III

The Authority, during the eighth task force meeting said that the channel rates for phase I and II cannot be workable in remaining phases.

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TRAI asks MSOs, b’casters to sign MoU on interconnect agreements in phase III

In case the broadcasters and MSOs fail to reach any agreement, the Authority will intervene in the matter, as per regulations.

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