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Ensure ads do not interfere with entertainment, MIB urges channels

NEW DELHI: The ministry of information and broadcasting has reiterated the provision in the Advertising Code that “all advertisement should be clearly distinguishable from the programme and should not in any manner interfere with the programme.

MAM Media and Advertising People
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Action to be taken against analogue-using MSOs / LCOs in urban areas

With the deadline for switching off analogue signals in Phase III of digitisation of cable television getting over on 31 January 2017, all nodal officers have been asked to initiate action against multi-system operators who are still continuing with analogue signals.

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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No DAS III extension beyond 31 Jan, reiterates MIB

Cable Subscribers in DAS Phase III urban areas, who have not yet taken set-top boxes, are advised to obtain the same from the MSO/cable operators in their areas immediately, failing which they would not be able to watch TV services through Cable TV Networks after 31 January, 2017.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Why can't pvt FM channels have news, SC asks govt

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has asked the government to explain the continuing prohibition on FM radio stations and community radios from airing news and current affairs at par with private TV channels and the print media. The observation by the chief justice of India J.S. Khehar and Justice D.Y....

Regulators Supreme Court
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TRAI commences exercise to explore growth of internet through Wi-fi networks

NEW DELHI: Noting that Wi-Fi networks offer affordable, scalable and versatile technologies that can facilitate the spread of Internet access in rural and urban areas alike, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India today issued a consultation paper on Proliferation of Broadband through Public Wi-...

Regulators TRAI

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