The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has given another extension for submissions on a consultation paper on "Regulating Converged Digital Technologies and Services - Enabling Convergence of Carriage of Broadcasting and Telecommunication Services".
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has published the names of multi-system operators (MSOs) based on their compliance with the TRAI's interconnection legislation.
The Ministry has also urged broadcasters to enter into new interconnection or renewal arrangements with only "compliant" MSOs.
The Ministry stated in an advisory ...
Even as some OTT services like Disney+Hotstar had taken off third-party news channels from their platforms sometime in 2021, owing to ambiguity relating to news channels’ FDI restrictions applying to streamers or not, the Indian government yesterday issued a clarification.
Telecom and broadcast regulator TRAI has extended by a month the date for making submissions regarding a consultation paper on ‘Regulating Converged Digital Technologies and Services: Enabling Convergence of Carriage of Broadcasting and Telecommunication services’.
Telecom regulator TRAI yesterday told the Kerala High Court that it did not delay implementation of its 2020 regulations and tariff order regarding TV channel pricing as all stakeholders, including members of AIDCF, were of the view that it requires a re-look.
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) will bring out a consultation paper to further strengthen digital inclusion in the country, and devices, connectivity as well as literacy will be three key aspects it will dwell into.
TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela yesterday said that the consultation paper in this regard will be released in the coming m...