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GroupM report forecasts global online media time spent to overtake TV in 2018

MUMBAI: For the first time ever, time spent on online media will overtake linear TV globally in 2018, according to GroupM’s State of Digital report. The report, which researched consumer media consumption and advertising investment trends worldwide, tabulated consumers’ time spent with each media...

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Online media professionals write to Smriti Irani expressing regulation concerns

MUMBAI: A group of more than 100 journalists and other professionals related to online media have written to the information and broadcasting minister Smriti Irani to express their concerns over the ministry’s proposal to extend traditional broadcasting rules and restrictions to the internet.

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MIB moves to regulate online media: various organisations join issue

NEW DELHI: Even as a debate on the need to regulate online news media gains momentum, various organisations have moved the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) hoping to be made a part of the committee that will look into various aspects of proposed regulations—a panel that surprisingly...

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MIB forms committee to draft online media norms

MUMBAI: After retracting the order which called for guidelines to punish journalists for fake news, the government has upped the ante to regulate online media. Smriti Irani-led Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has constituted a committee of 10 members to discuss and recommend a...

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Bangladesh braces up to keep tabs on online media

NEW DELHI: All online media in Bangladesh will have to register with a National Broadcasting Commission to be formed under the National Broadcast Act before launching operations, under a new decision of the country’s cabinet.

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