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Does govt propose to regulate kids' channels? MIB says 'no'

NEW DELHI: Do watching cartoons have lasting effects on the children? Has the government made any assessment regarding the impact of cartoon channels on kids? Does the government propose to regulate/limit the telecast of cartoon programmes by private channels and Doordarshan in accordance with the...

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DD has no plans to buy rights of cricket WC '19 & Tests: MIB

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has stated that national broadcaster Doordarshan will continue relying on existing laws to air live and shared signals of relevant international cricket matches, the rights for which may be with some private broadcaster, while clarifying there were no...

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MIB: No deadline to TV channels on use of foreign satellites

In what may come as a relief to TV channels, the Indian government said on Monday it has “not set any deadline” on the domestic media companies for use of transponders on foreign satellites, though it has withdrawn permission to over 200 channels for various reasons.

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MIB’s Rathore admits to online media norms panel’s new avatar

We had told you earlier, but now it’s official coming straight from the horse’s mouth. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting

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TRAI suggestions on uplink, downlink norms under consideration, says MIB

The Indian government has said broadcast and telecoms regulator TRAI’s recommendations on ease of doing business and uplink/downlink norms, some of them quite radical, are under consideration.

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