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Producers Guild of India issues clarification on shooting resumption guidelines

MUMBAI: The Film & TV Producers Guild of India (the guild) today issued a clarification relating to shooting guidelines that would be put in place once the lockdown courtesy the Covid2019 pandemic is lifted and filming is permitted by the various governments.  Certain media outlets have carried...

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FTA channels seek waiver of carriage fees

MUMBAI: A consortium of free-to-air (FTA) broadcasters whose channels are placed on Prasar Bharati’s DTH platform DD free dish has requested information and broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar for a waiver of 100 per cent carriage fees for the first quarter (April-June) and 50 per cent for the...

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DD National to telecast 80's show 'Ramayana' from tomorrow

Those who have been quarantined at their homes have one great reason to cheer! The most iconic TV serial Ramayana is making a comeback from tomorrow. 

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DD Vijayawada Kendra gets Rs 1.06 cr for modernisation: I&B minister

MUMBAI: The ministry of information and broadcasting has approved Rs 1.06 crore for the modernisation of Doordarshan Kendra at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh.

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No plan to levy 10% licence fee on b’casters, cable ops: I&B Min

MUMBAI: The Minister Of Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar has made it clear in a parliamentary response that the ministry does not intend to add any sort of 10 per cent licence fee on broadcasters and cable operators in India. His response came for a question that asked if the minister...

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