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India’s sports broadcasting ecosystem threatened by ‘motivated’ PILs

MUMBAI: On 10 May 2019, the Delhi High Court issued a notice in a petition challenging Section 3 (1) of the Sports Broadcasting Signal (Mandatory Sharing with Prasar Bharati) Act 2007, which restricts the retransmission of live broadcasting signals of sporting events of national importance by...

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PILs filed against restriction of sharing sports feed of “national importance” with DD platforms

Two separate petitions filed over a rule relating to the broadcasting of sports feeds by DD channels will be heard soon in the high courts of Delhi, and Punjab & Haryana. While the media rights holders of sporting events with “national importance” are bound to share the live feeds with public...

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Supreme Court issues notice in plea seeking regulation of OTT content

In a rather interesting turn of events, the Supreme Court Bench of chief justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna on Friday issued notice in a plea seeking regulation of content on streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

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TRAI clarifies tariff regime didn't restrict Ind-Aus T20I match

The thrilling last ball finish in the T20I match between India and Australia on 24 February grabbed the attention of many but was not accessible to the consumers of cable TV networks. This was apparently due to the implementation of the new regulatory framework prescribed by the Telecom Regulatory...

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Bombay, Telangana HCs yet to decide on TRAI tariff cases

Cases have been filed in various courts across the country and while the Calcutta High Court has vacated the stay on the case and the Gujarat High Court has asked for a response from TRAI, the Bombay and Telangana courts are yet to decide on similar petitions.

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