Daily Post 10-10-2019

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Thursday, 10 October 2019

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Third-party channel selection system put on hold as DPOs agree to share API with TRAI

With the distribution platform operators (DPOs) agreeing to share their Application Programme Interface (API) with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the regulator has decided not to mandate DPOs to share their API with the third party at this stage.

TRAI stops reporting inactive DTH subs in quarterly PIR to bring transparency

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has stated that the latest report for the April-June quarter excludes inactive direct to home (DTH) subscribers which is why there has been a drop in the total DTH subscriber base in India.

Eros targets $200-220 mn rev in FY20; digital expected to contribute 50%

Eros International Plc has forecasted that its consolidated revenue in FY20 will be in the range of $200-220 million. The company also hopes to earn 50% of its consolidated revenue from the digital business comprising of Eros Now.

TLC celebrates 15th-anniversary in India with brand refresh, new shows

Discovery India’s lifestyle channel TLC has kick-started celebrations of its 15th anniversary in style by launching a programming line-up across genres such as Baking, Fashion, Food & Travel, Wedding and home and renovation-based programming.

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