21 Sep 2017
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BCCI shows Nimbus the door over payment default

BCCI terminates its TV rights contract with Nimbus for defaulting on payments pertaining to the New Zealand and West Indies series.

ESS retains Cricket Australia rights till 2017

Industry sources peg the five-year contract to be in the region of Rs 11 billion, an increase of around 25 per cent over the previous rights deal.

MIB notifies amended uplinking guidelines

The uplinking policy guidelines were amended to bring it in line with the provisions relating to the determination of FDI in broadcast sector.

Zee’s Taj TV holds on to Zimbabwe cricket rights

The deal with Zimbabwe Cricket will give Taj Television 220 days of live cricket including 15 days of India cricket.

Government toughens net worth criteria for TV channels

The net worth criteria for uplinking of news channels and non-news channels has been raised to Rs 200 million and Rs 50 million respectively.

Zee’s Taj TV retains South Africa cricket rights for $180 mn

The $180 million exclusive media rights partnership with Taj TV covers Asia and the Middle East.

Govt issues FM radio Phase III expansion guidelines

The government has cleared the guidelines for FM Phase III expansion through private companies. E-auctions will be held in 294 cities for 839 channels.

TDSAT asks Govt to clear ambiguity on DTH interoperability

TDSAT tells TRAI to consider completing the consultation process with stakeholders within three months and make recommendations within six weeks.

ZEE, STAR come together to distribute channels

ZEE Turner and STAR DEN merge their distribution bouquets; to have equal stake in Media Pro Enterprise.

SC stays Tdsat order on tariff order, fixes rates at 42%

Supreme Court new pricing will throw out the earlier 35 per cent tariff order set by the TRAI in July 2010 and 50 per cent by TDSAT in July 2006.