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MIB says pending applications for MSO registration under consideration

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has informed that the issue of pending applications for MSO registration is under consideration. MIB informed that that the 50th Open House Meeting for the month of July 2019 was held on 22 July with the representatives of the MSO applicants.

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TRAI extends deadline for feedback on review of interconnection framework

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday extended the last date for receipt of written feedback on its consultation paper titled "Review of the Regulatory framework for Interconnection".

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The 'real' manifesto M&E industry wants new I&B minister to implement

Last week, the affable Prakash Javadekar was named as India's new Information and Broadcasting minister. The senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader occupying the hot seat at Shastri Bhawan is perhaps good news for India's media and entertainment industry. Apart from being a seasoned politician,...

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TRAI tariff order implementation to increase GTPL Hathway's subscription revenue, EBITDA

Despite experiencing a troubled quarter due to the implementation of the new TRAI tariff order (NTO), cable TV and broadband service provider GTPL Hathway is optimistically looking at the transformation. Even as small multi system operators (MSOs) are figuring out the new regulatory framework, GTPL...

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TRAI directs DTH operators to stop migrating LDP subscribers until validity ends

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), in a notice dated 1 May, directed the country’s leading direct-to-home (DTH) operators to ensure compliance with all provisions of its new tariff order for the broadcast and cable TV services sector.

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