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TDSAT 'reserves' order on landing-page case

NEW DELHI: Telecoms and disputes tribunal TDSAT on Thursday reserved its order—the judge will pronounce the verdict later—on a case filed by a few multi-system operators (MSO) on sector regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) decision to ban the use of boot-up or landing page for...

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LCN issue: TRAI mandate a victory for us, says NBA

Ashish Bagga, President, News Broadcasters Association (NBA) stated that in a major victory for the News Broadcasters Association (NBA), the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a mandate against Multi System Operators (MSOs) regarding usage of multiple LCNs. This mandate was...

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LCN issue: Viacom18's Sudhanshu Vats lauds TRAI, validates trust in BARC

MUMBAI: Industry observers were quite puzzled as to why India's TV viewership monitoring agency - Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) - kept relatively mum during the entire multiple-LCN- placement-generating-unnatural-ratings fight between the English news channels and debutant the Arnab...

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Don't place a TV channel under multiple genres, TRAI warns MSOs

Coming down heavily on the practice of listing television channels under multiple genres (LCN), the Telecom Regulatory Authority today told multisystem operators to strictly comply with the regulatory framework in letter and spirit.

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COMMENT: KNIVES, ARNAB, & THE OLD GUARD OF ENGLISH NEWS

MUMBAI: The knives are out. The blades are being flashed around. And those involved in the street fight are drawing blood and bleeding as well. Only difference is that the street fighters are not the ruffian kind, rather they are gents who you watch on the TV screen or dressed up to the T in well...

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