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Narayan Rao remains head of News Broadcasters Association

Narayan Rao, executive vice chairman of NDTV Group, has been re-elected president of India’s News Broadcasters Association (NBA) for the coming year. Barun Das, chief executive of Zee News, was also ...

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Broadcasters slam restrictions on TV ads

The Indian communications regulator has been accused of exceeding its brief by irate broadcasters, following its decision to cap the duration of television advertisements to 12 minutes each hour. Advertising ...

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‘Stick to digital deadline’ urge India’s broadcasters

Broadcasters are calling on the government to stand firm on implementing the 30 June 2012 deadline for the first phase of cable television digitization in India, which will encompass the cities of Delhi, ...

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... crowded by non-serious players," according to a government statement. As part of the new amendments, broadcasters will be required to launch their channel or channels within a year of being awarded their ...

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Indian broadcasters enter the fray for cricket rights

... base price. Broadcasters will reportedly be able to bid for BCCI hosted matches from either 2012 until 31 March 2014, or from 2012 straight through to 2018.  ...

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Negative view for India’s broadcasters: Fitch

... economic growth and subsequent cost reduction initiatives by corporates, says the agency. TV broadcasters generate between 70% and 90% of their revenues from advertising, and so are likely to be hit ...

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News Broadcasters ask Indian PM to restrain PCI's reach

India's Prime Minister Manomohan Singh has been asked by the News Broadcasting Association (NBA) to prevent the new Press Council chief Markandey Katju from extending his brief and commenting on areas ...

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Indian Government considers tax holiday for broadcasters

A ten-year tax holiday, duty exemptions, and the granting of infrastructure status are among the proposals reportedly being considered for the Indian broadcasting industry by the government at a meeting ...

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Expanded advertising revenue promise from India’s digitisation

The mandatory digitisation of India's cable TV network, which begins in earnest this year, can help broadcasters expand advertising revenues by better targeting of viewers, delegates to the Cable and Satellite ...

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Normal service resumes after Indian TV ad blackout

... of the Indian Broadcasting Federation (IBF) and CEO of Star India, said they had agreed to net billing, which had been favoured by the broadcasters, but had "created a mechanism in the invoice and contract ...

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Call for rise in foreign funding cap for India’s news broadcasters

The foreign direct investment (FDI) limit for India's news and current affairs channels should be increased at least to the 49% recommended by the regulator, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce ...

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Indian pay-TV industry hits back at regulator’s ad cap proposal

A proposal to halve the duration of advertising breaks on India's pay-TV channels by the country's regulator has been received with incredulity by broadcasters. In a discussion paper issued last week, ...

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Indian TV advertising faces new restrictions

The duration of television advertisement breaks in India is to be capped at 12 minutes during each hour of the clock - a move likely to prove unpopular with broadcasters. The Telecommunications Regulatory ...

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India’s TV ad cap comes into force

... on 1 July. This latest rule is the forerunner to the introduction of a 12-minute maximum of advertising per hour on Indian TVs come 1 October, and follows the previous agreement between broadcasters ...

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... increase in HD adoption. "Fortunately, now, there is a general consensus amongst all the stakeholders, from broadcasters to cable operators, that digitisation is the need of the hour and that it should ...

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Operational life of INSAT-2E draws to a close

India's INSAT-2E satellite has reached the end of its 12 year orbital lifespan, and both regional and national broadcasters are scrambling for transponder space on alternative payloads, according to Financial ...

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Cable digitisation to transform India’s US$7bn TV industry

The government mandate to digitise India's fragmented cable TV network will provide a boost for the state economy, consumer choice, broadcasters' revenues, cable and direct to home (DTH) subscriptions, ...

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India's TV news channels could have their licenses cancelled if they are found guilty of five 'violations', according to a clause in the government's new broadcasting policy guidelines – a move which has ...

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Indian regulator slammed for ‘legitimising’ high TV carriage fees

News broadcasters are rallying against what they call official legitimisation of expensive carriage fees paid to cable operators in India, following the publication of the regulator's notification on tariffs ...

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NDTV looks to cable digitisation to hit profitability

... distribution in India. With a fully digital nationwide cable network now set in statute for the end of 2014, transparency over the true number of customers receiving each channel should enable broadcasters ...