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The Supreme Court (SC) has stayed the order passed by broadcast sector tribunal setting aside Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (Trai) tariff order capping the a la price of channels for addressable system at 35 per cent of non-addressable system rates.
TDSAT directs TRAI to start afresh the process of tariff fixation and undertake a detailed study for the purpose of laying down tariffs.
The move will provide a level playing field to DTH operators who have been paying 50 per cent of the normal price of non-addressable areas.
Trai files an affidavit saying it wants to divide cable TV subscription fee comprising basic package and pay channels into three pricing slabs.
New TV18 to house CNBC-TV18, CNBC Awaaz, CNN-IBN, IBN7, and 50% of Viacom18 and IBN Lokmat; Network18 to have HomeShop18.
After acquiring an initial 50% stake in Ten Sports in 2007, ZEEL is all set to take complete control of the Dubai-based sports channel.