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IBF will resist any move to undercut ad revenue from govt & PSUs

MUMBAI: The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), the apex body of broadcasters, has said that it will resist any move by the government to undercut ad revenue from PSUs. This comes after Congress chairperson Sonia Gandhi gave a call to the prime minister to put an end to all advertisements by the...

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Sony Pal, Star Utsav, Zee Anmol, Colors Rishtey free to viewers for two months

MUMBAI:  Four leading broadcasters have come forward to waive off all tariffs and charges for a period of two months, informed the Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF). Sony Pal, Star Utsav, Zee Anmol and Colors Rishtey will be available to all the viewers.

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Sun TV's petition against NTO 2.0 adjourned for three weeks

MUMBAI: While Sun TV Network had challenged the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) recent amendments to the New Tariff Order (NTO 2.0) in the Madras High Court in January , the ongoing matter has been adjourned by three weeks. The matter has been adjourned automatically by the Chief...

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Bombay High Court reserves judgement in new tariff order amendment case

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has reserved the judgment in the case of the new tariff order amendments (NTO 2.0) as the hearing got over on Thursday. While the ambiguity still continues in the ecosystem, the court is expected to pronounce the judgment in a couple of days.

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Bombay HC to hear petitions against TRAI order

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court will hear on 26 February a petition filed by the Digital Cable Operators Association of Mumbai (DCOAM) and Maharashtra Cable Operations Foundation (MCOF), challenging the 'arbitrary' rules introduced by the TRAI. They challenged before the High Court the network...

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