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A forgettable 10 days for the news broadcasting industry

KOLKATA: This past week saw news channels become the breaking news. It all started with the Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh claiming to have uncovered a TRP rigging con. Matters came to a head when BARC decided to hit the pause button on weekly news channel ratings. Here are the...

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NBF calls out BARC for ‘singling out’ news genre

NEW DELHI: The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF), India’s largest industry association  representing interests of news broadcasters from across the length and breadth of the country, has strongly objected to BARC’s decision to pause audience estimates (ratings) of news channels. It has stated that...

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News Broadcasters Association calls for third-party enquiry into BARC ratings

MUMBAI: News Broadcasters Association (NBA) president Rajat Sharma in his letter to BARC chairman wrote that the members of the NBA board feels extremely let down by the ratings body. Sharma's letter to BARC is regarding the unusual ratings of TV9 Bharatvarsh. 

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News Broadcasters Federation condemns attack on TV5

NBF (News Broadcasters Federation) has condemned the attack by unidentified men on the Hyderabad office of TV5, by damaging equipment and property. 

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NBF welcomes Supreme Court reprieve to Arnab Goswami

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF) has welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court to protect NBF president and Republic Media Network’s editor-in-chief and founder Arnab Goswami from arrest.

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