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MIB advises private TV channels to abide by programme code

KOLKATA: A new trend in reportage of recent incidents has put media into the spotlight for violating basic ethics. Amid the strong criticism that the industry is facing, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has issued an advisory asking all the channels to abide by the programme and...

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I&B ministry warns TV channels against airing content inciting violence

In the wake of the ongoing CAA protests and Delhi riots, the ministry of information and broadcasting has issued an advisory to all private and satellite channels to be cautious with content which is likely to encourage or incite violence or contain anything against the maintenance of law and order...

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News Broadcasters Federation (NBF) pushes for democratic governance, content regulation norms

The topmost executives of India’s news Industry, part of the News Broadcasters Federation (NBF) recently met in Mumbai to decide on the critical issues involving content regulation and governance within the Industry.

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MIB to meet stakeholders for uplinking, downlinking policy change

MUMBAI: The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) stated that it will hold a meeting with stakeholders on 6 June at 3 pm, to discuss the policy guidelines for uplinking and downlinking of TV channels from India that was last revised in 2011. According to the notice issued by MIB, the...

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TRAI extends deadline for selection of TV channels to March 31

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday extended its deadline for consumers to pick TV channels they want to 31 March.

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