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Rajat Sharma relinquishes NBDA’s President role
Avinash Pandey takes over as NBDA president
India TV Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma conferred 'Most Influential Indian' award in London
Rajat Sharma and Ritu Dhawan celebrate India TV’s leadership in the news ratings
Senior TV journalist Rajat Sharma receives threat calls, demands security
India TV now available in USA on Sling Television
India TV appoints Vinay Maheshwari as Group CEO
India TV to launch its new look on February 18
ISA likely to skip its turn again, will next BARC India Chairman be from AAAI?
TV9 Network walks out of NBDA again, accuses the industry body of delaying news ratings
Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati mounts pressure on BARC India for early release of news ratings
TV news rating saga: NBF wants immediate release of ratings, NBDA says not before BARC makes the system foolproof
K Madhavan re-elected IBDF President for 2021-22
Clean up systems and processes before resuming news genre viewership data, NBDA tells BARC
Rajat Sharma re-elected NBDA President
Commentary: Why is Arnab Goswami-led NBF lying about being the first and the only government-recognised industry body?
Arnab Goswami-led NBF launches all-round attack on BARC India over suspension of TRPs for news genre
News Broadcasters & Digital Association (NBDA) unveils logo
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India TV launches a first-of-its-kind initiative ‘sponsorship by invitation only’
News Broadcasters Association is now News Broadcasters and Digital Association (NBDA)
I&B Minister Anurag Thakur meets the NBA Board
UP CM Yogi Adityanath hands over Rs 10 lakh cheque to families of journalists who died of Covid-19
News channels to lose additional revenue, audience reach coming from OTT platforms
The digital divide: Why GEC-led OTT platforms distanced themselves from independent players
OTT players to stop streaming news channels over alleged content rating ambiguity in new IT Rules