Daily Post 05-02-2019

Tuesday, 5 February 2019


Sony Marathi to ramp up non-fiction offerings in 2019

Having established its foothold in the Marathi GEC market, Sony Pictures Networks India’s (SPNI) Sony Marathi will focus on non-fiction shows in 2019 in order to increase its market share.

DTH, cable TV bills likely to increase under TRAI’s MRP regime: Crisil

Credit rating agency Crisil has said that the monthly TV bills are likely to go up under the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) new tariff regime for the broadcasting sector.

Delhi HC reserves judgement on plea challenging new slot sale policy for DD Free Dish

The Delhi High Court has reserved the judgement in the matter between Broadcasters 9X Media, B4U Broadband and TV Vision and Prasar Bharati. On 1st February, the high court had adjourned the matter until 4th February.

TDSAT disposes of petitions in broadcasters vs Prasar Bharati matter

The Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has disposed of the petitions of broadcasters who challenged the Prasar Bharati’s decision to abruptly suspend e-auction of DD Free Dish slots in October 2017.

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