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TRAI’s fresh consultation on NTO attracts opposing views from broadcasters & cable operators
In-depth: What is fuelling the growth of Connected TV in India?
Star Utsav, Zee Anmol, Sony Pal and Colors Rishtey on their way out of DD Freedish again
BMI Exclusive: Once broadcasters withdraw cases, will reinitiate consultation for NTO 2.0, says TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela
NTO 2.0 implementation deadline now June 1, 2022: TRAI
Why 2022 will be an important year for India’s broadcasting industry
NTO 2.0 matter adjourned to February 15 by the Supreme Court
I&B Ministry interested in TRAI having a member from broadcasting sector: I&B Secretary Apurva Chandra
TRAI defers NTO 2.0 implementation for three months
Government mulling to free broadcasting industry from TRAI’s shackles
Advertisers worried as NTO 2.0 may affect reach of select TV channels
Commentary: Why PMO must intervene and rescue India's broadcasting sector from the clutches of TRAI
NTO 2.0 effect: Disney Star India also hikes MRPs of its popular channel by up to 90%
Consumer's cable bill set to shoot up with broadcasters complying with NTO 2.0
M&E industry pins hopes on I&B Minister Anurag Thakur, IT and Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw to free it from shackles of bureaucratic overregulation
I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad resign
Niche channels back in bouquet after Bombay HC order on NTO 2.0 offers relief
Big relief for broadcast sector as Bombay High Court strikes down second part of TRAI’s twin pricing conditions in NTO 2.0
Not becoming TRAI member after retirement, says TRAI Secretary SK Gupta
Commentary: How TRAI killed consumerism in the name of consumer interest
Cable TV operators do not need TRAI’s protection, they need protection from TRAI
Recovered from NTO 1.0 and built a healthy subscriber base, says Zeel’s Kartik Mahadev
Zee Entertainment posts Rs 766 crore loss in Q4FY20
Commentary: What triggered TRAI to order broadcasters to comply with NTO 2.0 when a court order is due
Commentary: TRAI’s light-touch regulation is making a heavy-duty fool of broadcasters and consumers