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TRAI sends directive to 5 major MSOs for non-compliance of NTO provisions

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has directed five major multi system operators to comply with all provisions of its the new tariff order (NTO). After receiving scrutiny of the reply of earlier notice from the MSOs, TRAI found violation of rules of NTO.

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TRAI does not intend to revise NTO, aims to fine-tune it

MUMBAI: Amid several ongoing speculations on changes in the new tariff order (NTO), Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chairman RS Sharma clarified that the regulatory body does not have any plan to revise the pricing framework. He also added that it is only trying to fine-tune it due to...

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BARC week 33: DD India returns to second rank in English news

Pubcaster Doordarshan’s English news channel DD India has been ranked second or better for 10 weeks across 21 weeks starting week 13 to week 33 of 2019 (Saturday, 10 August 2019 to Friday, 16 August 2019, week or period under review).

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TRAI tariff order impacted uptake of niche channels: KPMG

Even as TRAI is mulling over changes to its existing tariff order, a report by KPMG, India’s Digital Future, highlighted that niche channels were affected especially due to lesser focus on such channels in broadcaster packs.

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TRAI tweaking new tariff order could trigger turmoil in broadcasting sector

The latest consultation paper (CP) from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has created quite a stir in India’s broadcasting sector. Titled ‘Tariff-related issues for broadcasting and cable services’, the CP is essentially an admission from the regulator that its new tariff order (NTO...

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