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All India Digital Cable Federation (AIDCF) secretary-general Saharsh Damani has quit. He had joined AIDCF in July 2015.
In his note to IBF, Jawahar Goel has emphasized on broadcasters providing pay channel content to Freedish and content to OTT platforms at cheaper rates, which is negatively impacting DPOs such as DTH.
Govt of Nepal issues clean feed policy under which only those downlinking licences of foreign broadcasters will be permitted for distribution in Nepal that do not contain any ads.
IBF starts southern chapter for its credit and collections function covering Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
Star India and Vijay TV have concluded their arguments in the Madras High Court on the issue of tariff order and interconnection regulation issued by TRAI. It is now TRAI’s turn and other impleaders like IBF and AIDCF to make their submissions.
The Madras HC bench noted that, as the union government and TRAI are part of the matter, there is no need to implead others in the matter. However, AIDCF, a representative body of the MSOs, has been allowed to participate as an intervener. IBF will soon be filing an application seeking permission to be interveners in the case.
In view of the Madras High Court hearing the case, the apex court today decided to adjourn the case. The matter has been listed for hearing on 27 March.
Madras HC dismisses IBF’s plea to implead in TRAI’s draft tariff order case; it will consider AIDCF’s impleadment plea in next hearing on 22 Feb.
Madras High Court continued hearing the all-important TRAI’s draft tariff order and interconnection regulation case, with both the IBF and the AIDCF arguing to be impleaded as parties. The matter will come up for further hearing on 22 Feb.