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TRAI comes back with an amended version of controversial 12 minute ad cap rule by dropping several contentious clauses.
TRAI will not be able to implement ad regulation as TDSAT grants an interim stay to broadcasters for a period of five weeks till 17 July.
TRAI’s QoS norms lays down requirements for Conditional Access System (CAS) & Subscriber Management System (SMS), Fingerprinting and Set Top Boxes (STB).
TRAI issues ad regulation notification that is bound to have revenue implications on broadcasters; Sports, news and movies could be worst hit.
TRAI legitimises the right of an MSO to fix the carriage fee since they are making substantial investment for implementing DAS.
Cable operators can charge a maximum of Rs 100 for 100 free-to-air (FTA) channels and Rs 150 for the base pack of pay channels as per the Tariff Order.
TRAI invokes Cable Television Networks Regulation Act 1995 to cap ad duration on TV channels to 12 minutes in a clock hour.
The uplinking policy guidelines were amended to bring it in line with the provisions relating to the determination of FDI in broadcast sector.
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.