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TRAI's tariff related consultation paper draws concern from IBF

MUMBAI: The IBF notes with some concern the issues raised for consultation by TRAI in the Consultation Paper issued on 16th August 2019 (CP).  These issues strike at the very heart of the new MRP based tariff regime which TRAI made effective from 1st February 2019 (NTO).  It is fair to say the...

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MTV aims for 5 bn watch minutes in second half of 2019

Viacom18’s youth channel MTV witnessed 700 million views and 3.67 billion minutes viewership in H1 2019, on TV and VOOT respectively. With that achievement in mind, the channel is expecting 5 billion watch minutes on the channel in H2 CY 2019.

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Airtel Digital TV’s ARPU fell to Rs 157 in Q1 20

MUMBAI: Airtel Digital TV’s average revenue per user (ARPU) fell to Rs 157 per month in the first quarter (Q1) of FY 20 from Rs 233 in the last quarter of FY 19. The ARPU for DTH services of Bharti Airtel also saw a 31.6 per cent decline on a year-on-year basis. Revenue from Digital TV services...

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Sony MAX competes with the GEC genre for advertisers: Vaishali Sharma

MUMBAI: Indians are obsessed with their stars and connect on an emotional level to the stories playing out on screens. Catering to this population of cine-lovers is Sony MAX that has been feeding this madness for the last 20 years through its vast content library, offering the best Hindi movies.

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Tata Sky's final arguments in TRAI tariff order matter listed for 19 July by Delhi HC

MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing of the petition of top DTH operators Tata Sky, Airtel Digital TV and Sun Direct, and broadcaster Discovery India Communication challenging Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and its new tariff regime to 19 July. according to...

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