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I was not the whole and sole of BARC, says Partho Dasgupta in bail application
Media industry and NBF criticise Republic CEO Vikas Khanchandani’s arrest
Online media and OTT content brought under I&B Ministry
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Government enters BARC India; forms committee headed by Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati
Central government ministers corner opposition over arrest of Arnab Goswami
Constantly re-invent my craft to be on top as I fear becoming a ‘has-been’, says Ram Madhvani of Equinox Films
Commentary: Parallel self-regulatory bodies detrimental to news sector, here is how government can fix this
Parliamentary Committee on IT to summon BARC India and I&B Ministry officials over TRP racket case
I&B Ministry asks channels not to criticise, malign or slander any individual or certain groups
NBA urges advertisers to keep away ‘hate-mongers’, says President Rajat Sharma
M&E sector is the largest driver of growth for the Indian economy: Amit Khare
Why was I such a corporate disaster?
Zee Biskope salutes the spirit of the Indian Army through its I-Day bouquet
History TV18 to telecast ‘India’s Forgotten Army’ on Independence Day
Infrastructure status, OTT regulator and FDI cap on digital news aggregators: I&B Secretary proposes major reforms in M&E sector
Facebook’s ‘I For India’ concert with the Indian entertainment industry on May 3
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Attempts to suspend TV ratings amid Coronavirus crisis? NBF writes to MIB
The Silent Betrayal – How Advertising let down the faithful, Chapter 3
Tata Power goes green in ‘I Have the Power’ campaign
Ogilvy attempts to solve a global problem with ‘I Will Wear Out Plastic’
DSport to broadcast live Hero I-League on prime-time spots
Indya launches its first brand campaign ‘I am Indya’
NBA board meets I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar has major expansion plans in store, will launch TVC for brand awareness
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Cannes Lions 2019: I didn’t build Droga5 to sell but to build it as a platform to do great things, says David Droga