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Over the last two decades, telecommunication and broadcasting services have become ubiquitous and now reach out to the most remote and underserved areas empowering millions of people. However, persons with disabilities (PwDs) are often not able to access the ICT services on account of lack of necessary accessibility features or unaffordable prices of the equipment or due to unavailability of required services to make them compatible for use by such persons.

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With the notification of the TRAI Tariff Order, Interconnection regulations, and Quality of Service (QoS) norms for the TV broadcasting sector on 3rd July 2018, the industry started gearing up to adjust their tariff in sync with the regulations, but the main appellant in the long-drawn case, Star India filed a fresh Special Leave Petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court on 4 July 2018, and on 19 July 2018, the apex court accepted broadcaster’s petition, challenging the Madras High Court’s ruling that the TRAI has the power to formulate tariff and regulations for the TV broadcasting sector. 

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Hinduja Media Group’s multi prod uct Strategy for LCO Entrepreneurship to move on and expand customers in all nook and corners of India IndusInd Media & Communications Ltd, the Pioneer Multi system Operator was established in 1995. Today it’s amongst India’s Top 5 largest multi-system operators.

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Thursday, 16 August 2018 12:14

Net Neutrality: Finally Unlocking the Net

On 11 July 2018, the Telecom Commission (TC) approved the net neutrality recommendations submitted by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in November 2017, thus marking the culmination of a movement for free and accessible internet that began in 2 015.

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On 11 July 2018, the Department of Telecommunications approved two major policies - net neutrality, and the new telecom policy. The National Digital Communications Policy (NDCP), 2018 aims at promoting investments, ease of doing business, and emerging technologies like IoT and 5G.

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Who could forget September 2016? It was the month of ‘Great Disruption’ in telecom sector when Mukesh Ambani’s newly launched telecom service platform Reliance Jio caused a revolutionary shift and threw many out of business with its free and high speed internet as well as free local, STD calls and SMS, and also for the first time in the country brought a new technology, VoLTE. Those who underestimated a new player were found sunken in deep astonishment a few months later when Reliance Jio looted other telecom operators’ customer base that counted in millions. 

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Thursday, 16 August 2018 12:04

GST Completes One Year

Only the Big Companies in the Broadcasting, DTH & Cable TV Sector are happy, small and medium companies are or reeling under heavy losses and fighting for survival

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Today’s home viewers are spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment options. With Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience technologie s, you can up your production value and in turn build audience loyalty. Use virtual reality (VR) to broadcast live matches and place viewers right in the heart of the thrilling action. And as data-heavy VR and ultra-high-definition content become a requisite, studios will need to adopt an IP infrastructure. The benefits of IP studios are many. Data-heavy content can be transmitted via a single connection; production teams can work remotely. 

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Thursday, 16 August 2018 11:55

From Antenna to Receiver

Satellit e Earth Station antennas, often referred to as satellite “dishes,”are used for receiving satellite signals from television programming networks at cable head ends and other facilities. Their size may vary from 1 to as large as 30meters in diameter, depending on the frequency, satellite position, and service requirements. 

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Thursday, 16 August 2018 11:52

Experience the Future Connect Tech Asia 2018

ConnecTechAsia2018 – Asia’s mega technology event premiered with much acclaim from attendees. Held from 26 – 28 June 2018, ConnecTechAsia encompassed 3 focused shows – BroadcastAsia, CommunicAsia and NXTAsia, and represented the convergence of technologies and industries. Across 2 venues and a total of 67,000sqm, t he event welcomed close to 40,000 attendees from around the world. 

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Thursday, 16 August 2018 11:49

DTH Faces an Uphill Task ahead

DTH in India is slowly losing its sheen to the online services. This was evident from the TRAI’s quarterly performance report for the first quarter ending 30 June 2018. The total active DTH pay-TV subscribers dropped slightly to 67.53 million from 67.56 million. The loss has been experienced year after year after the completion of mandatory digitization in March 2017. 

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No one can underestimate the immense good, bad, grey and black powers of technologies; while technologies are good for mankind and make their lives easier, it can also make their lives hell. This is what happened to the telecom regulator TRAI’s Chairman RS Sharma on 27 July 2018, when he, like an over confident child tried to vault over his horse by posting his Aadhaar number online in a bid to launch an open challenge to hackers to steal his data by using his Aadhaar number. 

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Wednesday, 01 August 2018 12:33

Challenges ahead for DTH operators

The Tariff Order for addressable systems notified by TRAI on 3rd July after favourable judgement by the Madras High Court has once again been challenged by Star India, this time in the Supreme Court. Although its implementation has not been stayed by the Court, uncertainty in the Industry continues. 

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On 25th June, 2018, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued its recommendations on "Issues relating to Uplinking and Downlinking of Television Channels in India". 

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A naturally growing audience is a welcome result for any owner of streaming services. Preferably the growth is predictable and manageable. On the other hand, it can be detrimental when such growth is out of control and leads to unexpected resource drains.  Such spikes in demand can downgrade the quality of service, which can result in service interruptions, which in turn diminishes the user experience.  There are solutions on the market which manage media content streams without straining the delivery infrastructure. 

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Pursuant to the order of the Madras High Court dated 23 May 2018 and complying with the direction of the Hon 'ble High Court of Delhi dated 29th August 2017, the TRAI has duly filed an affidavit to the effect that its Tariff Order challenged in the Madras High Court by Star TV and Vijaya TV has been upheld and it is ready to implement all its regulations on 3rd July 2018. However, Tata Sky immediately filed a contempt petition against the regulator which was later withdrawn after the court said that there was no issue of contempt.

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Pursuant to the order of the Madras High Court dated 23 May 2018 and complying with the direction of the Hon 'ble High Court of Delhi dated 29th August 2017, the TRAI has duly filed an affidavit to the effect that its Tariff Order challenged in the Madras High Court by Star TV and Vijaya TV has been upheld and it is ready to implement all its regulations on 3rd July 2018. However, Tata Sky immediately filed a contempt petition against the regulator which was later withdrawn after the court said that there was no issue of contempt.

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It seems issuing diktats has become a regular habit at the Information & Broadcasting Ministry (MIB). From proposal to regulate online media to punishing journalists engaged in fake news and meddling in the Prasar Bharati affairs, the ministry has come full circle with its decision made in April 2018 to create a Social Media Communication Hub. The MIB had floated a tender for the creation of this controversial Hub which will enable the government “to grasp the effect of various social media campaigns conducted on various schemes run by the Government of India” to “improve the scope” of such campaigns and “to make a specific theme trending”.

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Understanding where consumers and advertisers are spending their money in the entertainment industry helps inform many important business decisions. PwC, the globally renowned research and forecast agency which has studied data from 53 countries and 15 entertainment & media (E&M) segments to reach it its forecasts for 2018-22, helps the industry understand current and future trends to capitalize on new opportunities. On 6 June 2018, PwC released its Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2018-22. Let’s take a look at it with India in focus. 

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Tuesday, 10 July 2018 07:13

Is it the end of Road for DD FreeDish?

On 20 April 2018, the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) asked the national pubcaster and operator of DD FreeDish, Prasar Bharat why it should keep running the direct-to-home (DTH) platform when it only benefits the big private broadcasters. The Ministry seems to echo the long standing concern of the cable TV industry by raising this question. The cable TV industry felt that the rates of slots on FreeDish were deliberately kept high, so that only big broadcasters could take part in the e-auction. 

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