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I&B TO GOVT BODIES: USE GOVT MEDIA
Under its new minister Ms Smiriti Irani, the MIB has written to central government ministries, public sector units and all other government departments, asking them to effectively use its.......

INTEROPERABLE STB IS READY
A Pay TV consumer unhappy with his existing DTH or Cable TV service provider, will be able to switch to any other service provider, without changing his STB. The TRAI hopes to ..........

BIRLAS TO RESTART CONTENT PRODUCTION
Kumar Mangalam Birla - Chairman of the Aditya Birla group, has hired Sameer Nair, the former group CEO at Balaji Telefilms, to revive Applause Entertainment, which earlier produced movies.........

LIFE OK BECOMES STAR BHARAT
Star India has rebranded its second rung Hindi GEC Life OK as Star Bharat. ..........

DD CANNOT SHARE LIVE SPORTS EVENTS
23 Aug 2017, the Supreme Court issued a significant judgement curtailing the share of live sports feed, that Doordarshan must compulsorily receive.....….....

DAS MSO LICENSE: ONLINE ONL
Since 1st May 2017, the MIB had commenced online application of DAS MSO licenses. Applicants could chose the option of submitting their applications physically, or online. Since then, a number of online applications have been received.......

SCAT 2017 – EXHIBITORS FROM CHINA
DTH mergers seem to be the flavour of the season, now with the CCI permitting the merger of Dish TV and Videocon d2h, which is in distinct.......

DISHTV OPPOSES PAY CHANNELS OFFERED FREE ON OTT & FREEDISH
Dish TV, India's largest DTH platform has written to the Indian Broadcasters Foundation, complaining against broadcasters offering free live streaming of Pay channels on OTT......


DISCOVERY BUYS SCRIPPS
Discovery, one of billionaire John Malone's key holdings, will acquire Scripps Networks Interactive for about $90 a share.. ............

GOVT TO TAKE OVER THAICOM-9
With the ousting of Thaksin Shinawatra as Thailand's prime minister in 2006 and his younger sister Yingluck Shinawatra in 2014, the Thai.......









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