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Productions to begin again?

It’s not confirmed yet. But sources revealed to indantelevision.com that efforts are on to get TV and other productions kickstarted again. Timelines have not been revealed as yet, but broadcasters, producers, and government seem to be getting on the same page and a date is expected to be announced.

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News broadcasters seek government help to overcome corona crisis

MUMBAI:  The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF), the trade organisation that represents the combined interests of the news broadcasting industry on Monday sought the immediate intervention of the central government to overcome the larger economic, social, financial and business impact arising out...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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A blessing in disguise for broadcasters

The Coronavirus pandemic and the consequent decision to suspend shoots from 19-31 March have proved to be a blessing in disguise for broadcasters. With major shut down of malls, theatres, schools, colleges etc., people are restricting themselves within the narrow confines of their homes, spending...

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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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Prasar Bharati sells MPEG-2 slot to 53 broadcasters

Prasar Bharati has successfully sold Free Dish’s MPEG-2 slots for the period from 01.04.2020 to 31.03.2021 through 44th online e-auction process to 53 broadcasters. The second annual e-Auction of MPEG-2 slots (44th e-auction) of DD Free Dish Platform was completed on 28 Feb 2020.

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