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Madras HC adjourns Star and Vijay TV’s petition challenging TRAI’s draft tariff order to 19 Jan as the latter’s SLP in SC is listed for hearing on 16 Jan. Meanwhile, Union govt has come out in support of TRAI, stating that the regulator is within its rights to issue a tariff order for TV channels. It has also stated that the proposed tariff order is not in violation of the Copyright Act.
ZEEL had challenged TRAI’s ‘twin conditions’ that state that (a) the a la carte rate of a pay channel forming part of a bouquet shall not exceed two times its RIO rate offered by the broadcaster for addressable systems; and (b) sum of a la carte rates of all the channels in the bouquet shall not exceed three times the bouquet rate.
The purpose of this stage of consultation is to proceed to final views on policy or regulatory interventions, where required, on the issue of net neutrality.