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NBDA claims monopolistic right over complaint redressal mechanism: I&B Ministry
SC grants NBDA 4 weeks for fresh self-regulation guidelines
SC for strengthening self-regulation for news channels; fine in tandem with profit
ASCI releases new guidelines to combat manipulative deceptive design patterns in digital advertising
Govt wants OTT sector to grow fast without being bogged down by regulations: I&B Secy Apurva Chandra
Parliamentary panel may summon OTT companies over demand for content regulation
Gaming industry lauds draft amendments to IT Rules; demands more clarity
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New media in India poses a challenge of credibility, says Apurva Chandra
Centre puts more checks on social media firms
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One govt nominee and independent experts likely to be on grievance appellate panel for social media
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I&B Ministry interested in TRAI having a member from broadcasting sector: I&B Secretary Apurva Chandra
Diageo to bet big on digital, invest in experience-led platforms this festive season
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Kerala HC admits NBA's petition against amendments in Cable TV rules
Broadcast industry fears amended Cable TV Rules may lead to censorship
Central Government to recognise television self-regulatory bodies, amends Cable TV Rules
NBF says its members abide by the new IT Rules, 2021
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NBA urges govt to exclude digital news platforms of traditional media from IT Rules, 2021
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Facebook, social media apps welcome regulatory guidelines; say details matter
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Government issues guidelines for OTT, digital news and social media platforms
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IAMAI includes government’s suggestions, releases implementation toolkit for its self-regulatory framework for OTT platforms
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Guidelines and directions for OTT platforms ready: I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar in Rajya Sabha
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Commentary: Parallel self-regulatory bodies detrimental to news sector, here is how government can fix this
India’s top brands want news channels to stop being toxic, warn they could pull the plug on advertising
News Broadcasters Association demands “teeth” from Supreme Court