MIB reminds TV channels to follow Hon’ble Supreme Court orders on reporting of sexually assaulted victims.
Changes and updates in policy by TRAI and MIB are posted here.
The cable TV operators said that the broadcasters issued their reference interconnect offer (RIO) in which highly subscribed flagship channels will be inflated by 100% to 200%, according to the notice.
15 days time given by the regulatory body to submit compliance report.
The court was unable to take up the matter due to a paucity of time.
The cable network is given 3 weeks to wind up its business and inform subscribers to switch to another operator.
TRAI extended deadline due to demand from industry and for smooth migration to new framework.
Both channels dropped on November 3rd from the database with the reason for cancellation given as ‘not required’.