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IPL Media Rights: Sky Sports UK, SA's Supersport may bid for global rights
TRAI rejects broadcasters' demand for 100 MHz guard band in 5G auction; suggests ways to avoid interference
Broadcast Seva Portal will empower the entire broadcast sector: I&B Minister Anurag Thakur
Star Utsav, Zee Anmol, Sony Pal and Colors Rishtey on their way out of DD Freedish again
Broadcasters withdraw their cases challenging NTO in Supreme Court
BMI Exclusive: Once broadcasters withdraw cases, will reinitiate consultation for NTO 2.0, says TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela
TRAI to seek DoT’s response over broadcaster’s concerns in 5G spectrum allocation
NTO 2.0 implementation deadline now June 1, 2022: TRAI
How DD Freedish’s opaque auction process has created a financial stress for news broadcasters
The landing page conundrum; how to treat the outlier data?
TV9 Network walks out of NBDA again, accuses the industry body of delaying news ratings
Can CCI clearance be a hurdle for the Sony-Zee deal?
TRAI asks broadcasters and DPOs to furnish all agreements except placement and marketing
As TRAI attempts to resolve broadcast sector’s pain points, what does future hold for NTO 2.0?
NTO 2.0 matter adjourned to February 15 by the Supreme Court
LaLiga Experience is back with new #LaLigaUltimateChallenge competition for season six
How can broadcasting industry move to faster adoption of Return Path Data for a reliable viewership metric
NTO 2.0 effect: Zee and Viacom18 also increase MRPs of their flagship channels
Consumer's cable bill set to shoot up with broadcasters complying with NTO 2.0
What lies ahead of the Sony-Zee merger?
News Broadcasters & Digital Association (NBDA) unveils logo
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News Broadcasters Association is now News Broadcasters and Digital Association (NBDA)
Kerala HC admits NBA's petition against amendments in Cable TV rules
Commentary: Bombay HC order upholding TRAI’s price-control regime will hit broadcast industry hard
Free-to-air entertainment channels change the game to attract better ad rates