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Will MIB crack the whip on online content: Experts debate

It's been an oft debated issue over the past few years: how does one keep a tab on free as a bird, digital sector - OTT and diigtal news platforms? With the government bringing it under the regulatory oversight of the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB).

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AVIA announces governance framework for online curated content services

KOLKATA: The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) has announced the publication of the governance framework for online curated content (OCC) services (hereafter referred to as the “Governance Framework”). The governance framework delivers concrete commitments and standards in order to deepen...

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SC seeks Centre’s response on regulating OTT platforms

KOLKATA: It seems that when it comes to self-regulation, OTTs have a tough long road ahead, as the supreme court has sought the centre's response on a public interest litigation (PIL) for regulating these platforms by an autonomous body.

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OTT platforms proposing ombudsman model to the govt: Arre’s Ajay Chacko

To regulate or not to regulate online content, that's the question. If yes then what should be the way forward? There has been no industry consensus on it yet. While in the earlier part of this year, Hotstar, Jio, SonyLiv and Eros.

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Comment: 3 areas that new MIB minister Rathore needs to target

In a recent reshuffle of his cabinet colleagues and their portfolios initiated by PM Modi, a surprise move was not Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) minister Smriti Irani’s removal, but handing the independent charge of the portfolio to her till-now junior, Rajyavardhan Rathore.

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