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Balaji Telefilms Q3: Operating profit up, EBITDA loss narrows

Media and content powerhouse Balaji Telefilms reported a 35 per cent surge in operating profit to Rs 105.5 crore for the third quarter ended 31 December 2020. EBITDA loss stood at Rs 24 crore versus Rs 12.4 crore in the preceding quarter.

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Is self-regulation for OTT platforms still on the cards?

The talks around regulation of content on OTT platforms are gaining momentum with every passing day. Earlier today, information & broadcasting (I&B) minister Prakash Javadekar informed the Rajya Sabha during Zero Hour that regulatory guidelines are almost ready and will be implemented soon.

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Finance ministry turns down MIB proposal on infra status for broadcasters

KOLKATA: The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has been working for a long time to help the broadcasting industry gain infrastructure status. But it seems that won’t happen anytime soon as the department of economic affairs (DEA) under the ministry of finance has rejected MIB’s...

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Govt working to build robust & transparent TV rating system: Javadekar

The government is taking steps to build a robust, transparent and accountable rating system in India, said union minister Prakash Javadekar, highlighting the new recommendations which it is currently evaluating to review the system.

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Mobiles, TV cameras to be dearer as Budget proposes custom duty hike

New Delhi: In a bid to give further impetus to domestic manufacturing, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday proposed a number of changes in the basic custom duty applicable on various electronic products as part of the Union Budget 2021-22.

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