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Following an ‘Indian Express’ report that Spicejet CMD Ajay Singh is acquiring a 40% stake in Prannoy- and Radhika Roy-promoted NDTV, the latter has denied the report stating that the promoters have not signed any agreement with any person.
Delhi HC will wait for the Madras HC’s verdict before it adjudicates on the petitions filed by Tata Sky and Bharti Telemedia relating to TRAI’s tariff order, interconnection and QoS regulations. The implementation of the regulations will be on hold till then.
In a judgment that can have significant implications for pay TV revenues, SC has said Prasar Bharati can air live feed of sporting events of national importance that it gets from private sports broadcasters only on its terrestrial network and own DTH platform, Freedish. What impact it will have on sports rights fee? Are there any grey areas?
BCCI has decided to form a committee for the implementation of the Lodha panel recommendations across the board.
Delhi HC admits petitions of DTH operators Airtel Digital TV and Tata Sky against TRAI’s tariff order and interconnection regulation. HC issues notice to TRAI to file its reply in six weeks. The petitioners can file their rejoinders subsequently.
The apex body of the MSOs has urged all its members to gear up to meet the requirement under the new TRAI regulation and prepare their backend to handle dynamic offerings such as à la carte channels.
Much to the relief of Star India, the Supreme Court has stayed TRAI’s tariff order and interconnection regulation till the Madras HC decides on the broadcaster’s petition challenging the regulator’s powers to fix tariff for TV content. The apex court has also directed the Madras HC to conclude the matter in four weeks. The matter will come up for hearing on 12 June.
In what could be at least a temporary relief to broadcasters, the Supreme Court on Monday granted Star a stay on TRAI’s tariff order and interconnection regulation.
After shaking up the telecom market, Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance Jio is working on its cable TV venture that would not only offer video but also broadband services. Testing of cable TV STB is currently on. So, when will be the launch? Will TRAI’s new tariff order suit Reliance?