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MIB seeks public comments on the draft Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2021

The government has sought public comments on the draft Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2021 which proposes to penalise film piracy with a jail term and empower the Centre to order re-certification of an already certified film in case of complaints.

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MIB amends Cable TV Rules for redressal of broadcast-related complaints

The Centre has amended the Cable Television Network Rules to provide for a three-layer statutory mechanism for the redressal of consumer’s complaints relating to the content broadcast by TV channels.

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OTT industry working on compliance with new IT rules

The new regulations introduced for over-the-top (OTT) platforms continue to draw controversy. This time for the delay caused by OTT platforms and digital news publishers in ensuring full compliance with the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Codes) Rules, 2021.

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I&B ministry prohibits Hope TV’s broadcast for a month

The ministry of information and broadcasting has directed all multiple system operators (MSOs) and local cable operators (LCOs)  not to broadcast Hope TV, a Christian lifestyle channel for 30 days.

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No exemption for mainstream media from new IT rules, says MIB

The ministry of information and broadcasting has refused to grant an exemption to the digital news content of mainstream television channels and print media from the ambit of the new IT Rules, 2021 and asked all the digital news publishers and the OTT platforms to comply with the new rules without...

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