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IndiaCast withdraws contempt application against Dish TV in TDSAT

NEW DELHI: The deal between IndiaCast and Dish TV over the DTH operator's 'on request channels' scheme has come into effect with the latter providing IndiaCast channels on an a la carte basis from 1 January 2014.

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MSOs report healthy collection of CAFs as deadline nears

MUMBAI: 10 July and all the heads of India’s cable TV MSOs are going to be at the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) office. Reason: that’s the deadline for them to give the TRAI an update about how far they have progressed with the consumer app

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Online video boom starting to affect TV viewing: BBC Study

MUMBAI: People are starting to watch less TV as the online video boom grows, suggests a BBC News survey.

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UK regulator institutes total ban on junk food ads around kids shows

MUMBAI : Indian broadcasters riled that India is moving too fast from “unregulated to over-regulated”, might consider trying to digest this piece of news. UK’s broadcast regulator Ofcom has announced a total ban on junk food and drink advertisements in and around all programmes of particular appeal...

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Upscale commercial establishments to pay market rates for pay channels: Trai

MUMBAI : In an order issued today, the sector regulator has decreed that pay broadcasters will now be able to charge "market rates" to more upscale hotels and big commercial establishments that access their channels.

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