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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.
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Television's reach dropped by 5% after TRAI's New Tariff Order: BARC India report

Audience measurement body, BARC India released its yearbook titled 'What India Watched' which shares insights on television consumption patterns.
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TRAI's NTO: Marketers believe TV ad spends likely to take a hit

Are advertisers, who have earmarked Rs 27,700 crore for TV in FY 2020, bothered by TRAI's NTO 2.0? The NTO came into full effect in February 2019
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Latest on TRAI Tariff Order: Miffed with Uday Shankar's statements on NCF, cable operators write to IBF

The TRAI amendment directs broadcasters and distributors to submit the revised channel prices by January 15, 2020, and January 30, 2020, respectively, with full implementation from March 1, 2020.
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"Who is TRAI to decide which channels are unwanted?": IBF

The amendment directs broadcasters and distributors to submit the revised channel prices by January 15, 2020, and January 30, 2020, respectively, with full implementation from March 1, 2020.
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"New NTO means 1st one was not thoughtful": Uday Shankar

Members of IBF challenge TRAI amendment
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"Amendments to NTO: Potentially negative for broadcasters, DTH and cable players": Edelweiss

Financial services group Edelweiss analyses the impact of amendments to the NTO.
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TRAI amends New Tariff Order; "To protect interests of consumers"

The amended provisions will come into effect from March 1, 2020
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TRAI Tariff order: Broadcasters, distributors poles apart in open house discussion

Present at the OHD were Chairman TRAI, RS Sharma, secretary, SK Gupta, member, H Pradeep Rao and advisor, Arvind Kumar from the regulatory body
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“DTH players' profitability could be impacted”: India Ratings and Research

India Ratings and Research (Fitch Group) believes that since DTH players have already sold long-term plans till the end of 2018 and won’t be allowed to withdraw or reprice a plan that’s already in use, revenues will take a hit.