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100% FDI for DTH sector, licence to be issued for 20 years, says Prakash Javadekar
May increase sample size in millions, hints Prakash Javadekar on TRP committee mandate
iTV Network awarded at 2nd National Water Awards
Commentary: OTT breathes creative freedom and government’s rough hand may kill the sector
Central government ministers corner opposition over arrest of Arnab Goswami
Commentary: Parallel self-regulatory bodies detrimental to news sector, here is how government can fix this
Amit Shah warns against media trials and toxic news
Media agencies may drop news channels resorting to unethical practices
Prakash Javadekar warns news channels not to fall for ‘TRP journalism’
Film industry welcomes reopening of cinemas, asks Maharashtra Govt to follow suit
Self-regulation by digital platforms can tackle the virus of fake news, says Prakash Javadekar at IAMAI event
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MIB releases SOPs for film and TV production
News18 Network lines up extensive programming for the foundation laying of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya
Commentary: What triggered TRAI to order broadcasters to comply with NTO 2.0 when a court order is due
TRAI asks broadcasters to comply with NTO 2.0 by August 10
Commentary: TRAI’s overreach to become the third master of OTT sector is fallacious and unwarranted
Commentary: TRAI’s light-touch regulation is making a heavy-duty fool of broadcasters and consumers
Uday Shankar and Sanjay Gupta show way forward for M&E sector
Prakash Javadekar assures IBF on govt. dues, NTO 2.0, BARC and resuming production
FTA broadcasters seek a waiver of carriage fees for DD Freedish
IBF lists 18 demands before the government
AAAI makes constructive suggestions to the government for reducing COVID impact on Indian businesses
Commentary: Why seeking suspension of TV ratings is a bad idea
Attempts to suspend TV ratings amid Coronavirus crisis? NBF writes to MIB
Government should restore normalcy in radio sector in desperate times: Nisha Narayanan of Red FM
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