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TRAI floats consultation paper on issues related to cable operators in new tariff order
Explained: Here’s why OTT platforms are discontinuing LIVE feeds
Amid IPL, three Tamil Nadu-based MSOs remove Star Sports from DPO packs
In-depth: Reliance-owned MSOs blocking Disney Star content – a fallout of vertical integration
AIDCF reaches out to advertisers; cautions them from advertising on Star, Zee and Sony 
Disney Star, Zee and Sony channels switch off signals to non-compliant DPOs
Cable operators vs broadcasters fight intensifies over channel price hike right before IPL
Can MSOs tell Kerala High Court about their non-compliance with NTO 3.0 yet?
How TN govt’s Kalvi TV sets a dangerous precedence of ‘states getting into broadcasting’
I&B Ministry bars platform service channel from sharing content with any other distribution platform
TDSAT orders Arasu Cable to pay Rs 138.7 crore to SPNI within two months
NTO 2.0 effect: Zee and Viacom18 also increase MRPs of their flagship channels
Zeotap launches ‘Consent Orchestration’ to simplify data compliance for marketers
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Big relief for broadcast sector as Bombay High Court strikes down second part of TRAI’s twin pricing conditions in NTO 2.0
Bombay HC asks searching questions to TRAI that may decide fate in NTO 2.0 case
Set-top boxes should support interoperability, recommends TRAI
Share of viewership and ad volume of news genre set to grow further in 2020, Ashish Pherwani of EY
How NTO 2.0 gives wings to the FTA channels
In-depth: Six months after NTO, niche broadcasters see at least 25% fall in ad revenue
TRAI issues consultation paper for regulating special channels of platform operators
TV homes rise after NTO, IRS study validates TRAI report
In-depth: Landing page not illegal – the way ahead
Landing page not illegal as TDSAT sets aside TRAI’s direction
Will further extension for new tariff order leave broadcast industry in the lurch?