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Supriya Sahu's tenure as Doordarshan DG comes to an end

MUMBAI: Doordarshan director general Supriya Sahu has moved on from the pubcaster. Senior IAS officer Sahu had been appointed as Doordarshan’s director general in 2016. The post was vacant for almost two years before her joining. On her last day at Doordarshan, Sahu expressed deep gratitude to...

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Supreme Court allows transfer of DTH licence fee petition from Kerala HC

MUMBAI: Moving one step closer to the long-fought battle on licence fees between direct-to-home (DTH) operators and the government of India, the Supreme Court has allowed the transfer of a related case to the apex court from the Kerala High Court.

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MIB's inter-ministerial committee considers TRAI recommendations on monopoly of cable TV services

In the face of rising dominance of certain multi system operators (MSOs) and local cable operators (LCOs) in several states, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had released recommendations on “Monopoly/Market dominance in Cable TV services” back in 2013.

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NDTV interim CEO Suparna Singh resigns

MUMBAI: NDTV interim CEO Suparna Singh has resigned with immediate effect, the media firm informed in its BSE filings. “Suparna Singh has informed the company that she will step down from her responsibilities as Interim CEO with immediate effect,” NDTV said in a regulatory filing. “Pursuant to a...

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Independent TV's service remains unavailable due to failure of payment to Antrix

MUMBAI: The service of troubled DTH operator Independent TV still remains unavailable as it has neither made the required payment nor furnished the bank guarantee to Antrix Corporation for reconnection of signals.

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