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Viacom18 launches Colors Gujarati in UK

Kolkata: Viacom18 Media has launched its regional entertainment channel, Colors Gujarati, in the UK. IndiaCast Media Distribution, jointly owned by TV18 & Viacom18, partnered with Sky & Virgin Media for the channel launch.

Television TV Channels GECs
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Broadcasters write to Bombay HC requesting timely verdict on NTO 2.0 case

KOLKATA: Broadcasters have lodged an application before the Bombay high court requesting speedy pronouncement of verdict in the amended new tariff order (NTO 2.0) case. The petitioners have mentioned that detailed arguments on the case were heard in September-October 2020. Subsequently, the...

Regulators TRAI
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MIB grants registration to 6 MSOs in Jan-Feb, 100 MSOs in 2020

The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has granted registration to six new multi-system operators (MSOs) in the first two months of 2021, and 100 MSOs overall in 2020.

Cable TV Local Cable Operators
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Siti Networks posts Rs 390.6 crore total revenue for Q3

KOLKATA: Multi System Operator Siti Networks Ltd has posted Rs 390.6 crore total revenue for the third quarter. Subscription revenue stood at Rs 270.6 crore for the quarter. The MSO’s operating EBITDA surged to Rs 63.8 crore. This was achieved through strict control over expenses and operating...

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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DTH license to be issued for 20 years, 100% FDI allowed in the sector

KOLKATA: The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) announced major key decisions for the direct-to-home (DTH) segment on Wednesday. The cabinet has revised guidelines for providing DTH service in India as well as licensing norms. I&B minister Prakash Javadekar stated in a briefing that...

Regulators I&B Ministry

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