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Supreme Court defers NTO 2.0 hearing to 15 February 2022

The Supreme Court bench of Justices UU Lalit, S Ravindra Bhat, and Bela Trivedi has deferred hearing in the New Tariff Order (NTO) 2.0 case to 15 February 2022. The matter pertains to a bunch of petitions filed by IBDF and certain broadcasters against the Bombay high court order on the...

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DD, AIR go paperless with 100% adoption of e-Office

New Delhi: Use of technology has turned the operations at Prasar Bharati around. It’s no more business as usual, as in less than two years, 577 Centers and 22,348 employees of Doordarshan (DD) and All India Radio (AIR) have embraced e-Office operations. The initiative has helped the public...

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No AIR station being shut down in any state: Prasar Bharati

NEW DELHI: In light of multiple ‘fake’ news reports claiming closure of All India Radio stations, public broadcaster Prasar Bharati has cleared the air: no AIR station is being shut down anywhere in any state.

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Phir Subah Hogi: Hope & hard-hitting reality in DD’s latest drama offering

MUMBAI: If one were to chart the evolution of Hindi general entertainment in India, it would begin with Doordarshan. The genesis of small screen programming and its many and varied offshoots can all be traced back to the state-owned TV network. From depicting the struggles and aspirations of the...

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"Most private broadcasters don't give credit to live DD feed": Prasar Bharati’s Shashi Shekhar Vempati

Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati is a little miffed with private broadcasters. The reason? While 200 TV channels carried Doordarshan’s live coverage of main events, most private channels didn’t give credit.

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