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Daily Post 04-02-2015

Wednesday 4 February 2015
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TV industry heading for a rating-dark period


The IBF has decided to terminate their subscription with TAM, multiple sources said. ISA and AAAI are also finalising the termination of their subscription with TAM. BARC is expected to roll out its rating system by the mid or end of April.
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Radio turns battleground for AAP vs BJP


With AAP igniting the spark on radio, the BJP sent a befitting reply with its radio ad. And then started the ad war between the two parties…
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How independent is Prasar Bharati?


It is as ironical as it gets that officials of the ‘autonomous’ public broadcaster Prasar Bharati have to meet I&B secretary Bimal Julka…
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