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The TRAI broadcasting & cable tariff order simplified

MUMBAI: The industry could not have asked for a better Dusshera gift. On the eve of 11 October 2016, India’s telecom and TV distribution regulator The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) announced two draft legislations - The Telecommunication (Broadcasting and Cable Services) (Eighth) (...

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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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