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MIB grants four and cancels three MSO licences in July

The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) granted four multi-system operator (MSO) licences between 4 July and 11 July and cancelled three licences between 6 and 14 July.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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MIB revokes 12 and grants 6 MSO licenses between April & July

The ministry of information and broadcasting has granted six new licenses to multi-system operators (MSOs) between 21 April to 4 July and cancelled 12 licenses between April and 4 July. The total number of registered MSOs stood at 1753.

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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I&B ministry issues advisory against ads promoting online betting

The ministry of information and broadcasting has issued an advisory to print, electronic and digital media to refrain from advertising online betting platforms, according to the ministry's statement.

iWorld Telecom
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NBF writes to I&B minister Anurag Thakur regarding landing page issue

The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF) has written a letter to the union minister of information and broadcasting Anurag Thakur on the issue of landing pages. The landing page is the first channel that the viewer sees when anyone turns on the set-top box.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Why Barc’s landing page viewership measurement is worrying TV9’s Barun Das

The landing page controversy continues to dog ratings body the Broadcast Audience Research Council India (Barc).

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