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Abetment case: Arnab Goswami moves Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami has challenged the Bombay high court’s order dismissing his petition for interim bail in the 2018 abetment to suicide case in the Supreme Court.  Goswami, who remains in 14-day judicial custody, was refused interim bail by the Bombay HC on Monday...

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Mumbai Police violated Supreme Court guidelines in Arnab Goswami’s arrest, says AIBA

NEW DELHI: The arrest of Republic TV’s editor in chief Arnab Goswami has evoked a response from multiple sections of the industry. Senior bureaucrats and news federations have condemned the arrest and called upon the chief minister of Maharashtra to conduct a free and fair investigation in the...

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SC seeks Centre’s response on regulating OTT platforms

KOLKATA: It seems that when it comes to self-regulation, OTTs have a tough long road ahead, as the supreme court has sought the centre's response on a public interest litigation (PIL) for regulating these platforms by an autonomous body.

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NBF forms separate regulatory body PNBSO to oversee fair reporting

With the TV news industry finding itself in hot water over the last few weeks, the News Broadcasters Federation (NBF), an association of over 20 organisations and multiple channels, has set up a self-regulatory body named Professional News Broadcasting Standards Organisation (PNBSO).

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The TRP fudging saga continues

The Mumbai police’s investigation into the alleged TRP manipulation fracas gathered pace over the weekend. If one were to stand outside the central police headquarters in Mumbai, it would have looked like a roll call of media hotshots was being taken.

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