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TRAI bats for issuing DTH licences for 20 years

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has reiterated its recommendation to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) that direct-to-home licences be issued for a period of 20 years and then renewed for 10 years, and a one-time entry fee of Rs 10 crore be charged in the new DTH...

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Star's Uday Shankar on distribution challenges, IPL, FTA vs. pay TV, innovations, Made in India content…and much more

From the thirty seventh floor room, consisting of a table for the occupant to stand and work, some thought-provoking books and a huge TV screen, apart from other knick-knacks, the city life and environs below look scenic. Rather, most of the surrounding sea-facing skyscrapers in between the  green...

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Broadcast media sector FDI norms see minor tweaks in govt’s fresh announcement

NEW DELHI: The government of India yesterday issued a comprehensive FDI policy for various sectors where nothing new has been specified in terms of foreign limits for the media sector from what had already been announced in June 2016.

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FDI proposals in print, broadcasting to be cleared by MIB; satellites by DoS

MUMBAI: 5 June, 2017. That’s the date the Indian government announced that all foreign  direct investment (FDI) proposals  relating to the print and broadcast sector will be approved by the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB). Approvals for proposals relating to satellite and telecom FDI...

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You Broadband-Vodafone proposal accepted, Atria & Netmagic FDI cleared

NEW DELHI: The government has accepted a proposal by Vodafone India Ltd for acquisition of 100% shares of M/s You Broadband India Limited by way of transfer from resident shareholders and non-resident shareholder. A 100% foreign owned company, Vodafone, will invest Rs 550.9 million as direct...

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