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NBA deplores Congress president Sonia Gandhi's suggestion to ban media ads

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has strongly deplored the suggestion by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to "impose a complete ban on media advertisements - television, print and online - by the government and public sector undertakings (PSUs) for a period of two years". At a time...

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NBA hails supreme court order to counter COVID-19 fake news menace

MUMBAI: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision of urging media to take up against fake news menace revolving around the novel coronavirus in social media. Supreme Court on 31 March had ordered that the media should report responsibly and weed out any fake...

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NBF's emergence signals turf war in India’s news broadcast business

India’s often noisy and always cut-throat news broadcasting business is headed for interesting times. Current challenges facing the sector aside, Thursday made matters more complex with the birth of a new industry body in the form of News Broadcasters Federation (NBF).

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TV channels cite logistical challenges in broadcast for the disabled

NEW DELHI: A debate on broadcasting for persons with disabilities (PWDs) has thrown up more questions than solutions. TV channels have stated that though desirable, the process is expensive and challenging, for instance, in case of live events and that before setting guidelines for private...

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MIB to collect data on satellite capacity needs, digital chatter

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has not only embarked upon data collation of the satellite capacity needs of TV channels in India but is also preparing to get real-time insights on digital chatter. In a letter sent earlier in January to Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Ltd or BECIL, the...

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