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NBP draft ready for consultation with Prasar Bharati CEO

A fresh broadcasting policy in India, that’s up to speed on the dynamic industry developments, has been on the cards for a long time now. Last month, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) intimated that work on the National Broadcast Policy (NBP) was in full swing.

Regulators TRAI
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Throwback2020: DD’s importance stood out this year

2020 was a challenging year for public broadcasting. But it was also the year when public broadcasting made its presence felt and reminded people of the reason it exists.

Specials Year Enders
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TRP scam: Mumbai Court grants bail to Republic TV CEO Vikas Khanchandani

NEW DELHI: In a major relief to the private channel, Republic TV CEO Vikas Khanchandhani has been granted bail by the Mumbai court, in the alleged TRP manipulation scam. Khanchandani was picked from his home on Sunday and was sent to 14-day judicial custody by the Metropolitan Magistrate court at...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Indian broadcasting & cable TV market to surpass $19 billion by 2026, says report

2020 was packed with unforeseen highs and lows for the Indian broadcasting and cable TV sector. From record viewership, to plummeting ad revenues, to the NTO 2.0 wrangle, the industry is still in a rather precarious position.

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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Fresh content, new subscribers vital for long-term growth: Zeel

An unstable regulatory environment compounded by an unprecedented global pandemic has stymied growth in FY21 for the already-ailing broadcasting sector. In some ways, the second half of the year could be better for the industry, with advertising coming back.

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