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Marketers concerned about TRAI’s new audience measurement recommendations

The proposed recommendations aim to modernise and help the broadcasting sector grow but have also sparked a number of concerns for broadcasters and marketers.

TRAI suggests the implementation of a mandatory call name display to prevent spam: Report

The service will be implemented across all call types, including regular phone calls, WhatsApp calls, Facetime calls, and OTT calls.

TRAI reports a loss of 1.32 million pay subscribers for DTH in July-September 2023

The total active subscriber base has decreased from 65.50 million in QE June 2023 to 64.18 million in QE September 2023.

"Activate built-in FM radio receivers in mobile handsets": TRAI

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a set of recommendations to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) for radio.

TRAI begins consultation over regulation and selective banning of OTT apps

The consultation is to determine whether over-the-top (OTT) apps such as WhatsApp and Signal should be regulated.

Internet subscriber base declined in India in FY22: TRAI

According to TRAI annual report, the internet subscriber base in the country stood at around 824 million in 2022 compared to 825 million in 2021.

Television industry registered a growth of 5% in FY21-22: TRAI

According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) annual report, the industry also saw a surge of 24.7% in ad revenue.

Broadcasters jump into AIDCF vs TRAI matter; Kerala HC to continue hearing today

The petitioners have claimed that the TRAI has failed to regulate the pricing of television channels or cap their prices.

NTO 2.0 amended; relief for broadcasters as MRP cap returns to Rs 19

The order comes nearly three years after the NTO 2.0 was first put forward, setting a Rs 12 price cap for each channel in a bouquet.
Guest Article

BARC and TRAI: An international perspective on TV measurement

It’s great that India is having a debate about its measurement system. But, it is equally important that the debate does not undermine the faith of international advertisers in investing in India.