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MIB has no data on OTTs; not under regulation: Minister

The government on Thursday while admitting it has no official data relating to OTT industry, including number of players and subscribers, said the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) doesn’t regulate internet-based video services.

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Comment: War on online video piracy, which matters, is here for India to fight

"There's only one war that matters. And it is here". So reads the caption of HBO’s official trailer for the blockbuster sixth episode of ‘Game of Thrones' season seven that is scheduled to be aired next week. Even as Daenerys Targaryen's Unsullied Army took up position outside the walls of King's...

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TV content: Madras HC seeks Centre's clarification on regulatory mechanism

NEW DELHI: Joining issues with a petition presently being heard by the Supreme Court on a similar matter, the Madras High Court yesterday directed the federal government to clarify on the existing regulatory setup governing contents aired by television channels in India.

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Telangana govt. wishes to own satellite to air TV channels

Now, an Indian state wants to own a satellite and broadcast TV channels espousing Indian values. The Telangana government would like to have its own satellite in orbit to telecast (TV) channels with good content, state IT minister K T Rama Rao said in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

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Pratidin Time clarifies that News Time Assam is recepient of MIB ban for a day

MUMBAI: Guwahahti-based Yash TV Entertainment has clarified that its channel Pratidin Time is not the one which has been asked to go off the air on 9 November by the information & Broadcasting ministry (MIB) for gross violations of the content code. Indiantelevision.com received an email...

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