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While there is a need to have a strong regulatory framework for platform services offered by distribution platform operators, there should be no restriction on the kind of content that can be offered and the number of platform services that can be launched. This was the general consensus among the participants at the recently held open-house discussion, organised in Mumbai by TRAI.
TRAI issues a consultation paper seeking industry views on laying down comprehensive guidelines for TV ratings agencies in India.
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Broadcasters contend that the TRAI is overstepping the line by regulating ad duration on TV; argue that the ad regulation will have an adverse impact on their business models.