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Broadcasters, DTH companies attend TRAI session on STB Interoperability through downloadable CAS

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday conducted a workshop to discuss the Downloadable CAS based solution to implement STB interoperability its headquarters.

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CAS market may reach $ 4.7 bn by '22, highest growth in A-Pac

MUMBAI: Conditional access systems (CAS) refer to content security solutions used to restrict unauthorized subscribers from accessing paid digital broadcast services. The Conditional Access Systems (CAS) market is expected to reach US$ 4.73 billion by 2022, a TMR study found.

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DD FreeDish auction next week, reserve price is Rs 80 million

NEW DELHI: Even as the Parliament was informed earlier last month that Doordarshan’s DTH platform was soon getting approval to increase this capacity to 250 channels over the next two years, FreeDish is all set to hold its 34th e-auction on 9 May 2017 to fill vacant slots. After final trials of...

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Content piracy making b’casters invest in good tech for security: Tata Communications VP Brian Morris

Somebody had aptly said that a new development brings along with it not only benefits, but also various downsides. If technology is opening up new frontiers of content delivery to consumers, the menace of content piracy too is rising globally. So, it’s almost always a race against time to find...

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IDOS 2016: Prasar Bharati could share infra with private players: Sircar

GOA: Prasar Bharati has thrown an invitation to all private broadcasters and it reads: come and use our under-utilised resources and infrastructure to increase your reach in digital format terrestrially. What’s more, the Indian pubcaster will help in the distribution.

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