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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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MIB constitutes committee to review guidelines on TV rating agencies

Amid the concerns raised over TV ratings system in India, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has ordered constituting a committee to review guidelines on TV rating agencies. The ministry has published the notification on 4 November.

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Prasar Bharati reviewing contract with Press Trust of India

Public broadcaster Prasar Bharati is said to be reconsidering its equation with news agency Press Trust of India (PTI) and is learnt to have sent a letter to the news agency over its reporting.

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Analysts bullish on broadcasters’ stock rebound thanks to ad revenue recovery

The Covid2019 pandemic hit the media and entertainment industry due to pressure on advertising revenue, uncertainty in subscription and closure of multiplexes. As the lockdown eases, operations have started normalising leading to a recovery in the business.

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TRAI reiterates need for converged regulatory regime for telecom & broadcasting services

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) again highlighted the need for a converged regulatory regime for telecom and broadcasting services in India following the model of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in US and Office of Communications (OfCom) in the UK.

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