The Indian government, under the leadership of Union Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw, has introduced the Bharat 6G Alliance, a pioneering initiative aimed at bringing the next generation of telecommunications technology to India.
This move comes after the successful implementation of 5G technology in the country.
The Bharat 6G Alliance is a collaborative effort involving the public sector, private sector, and other departments. Its primary objective is to foster the development of new telecom technologies and pave the way for the introduction of 6G technology in India, IANS reported from New Delhi.
The dispute between the two companies revolves around Nexstar’s alleged manipulation of ownership regulations, surpassing the national ownership cap of 39% and claiming a reach of 68% across all U.S. TV households.
DirecTV accused Nexstar of violating antitrust laws and driving up retransmission fees for stations broadcasting major networks. In March, DirecTV filed a lawsuit against Nexstar seeking an order to block alleged collusion in fee negotiations with Mission Broadcasting Inc and White Knight Broadcasting Inc.
Both companies have expressed hope for a quick resolution and are currently engaged in discussions to restore Nexstar programming to DirecTV. Viewers affected by this dispute may experience a temporary disruption in their access to certain channels.