Next-generation VCAS Ultra Framework Selected to Provide DVB Cardless Security for Long-term Flexibility
Aping the model of passport Sewa Kendra (PSK), the Aadhaar issuing authority UIDAI has announced to open Aadhaar Seva Kendras (ASK) in 53 cities. This will be in addition to nearly 30,000 centres, currently being run by banks and post offices.
In a bid to tap the biggest digital transaction markets, the Facebook owned messaging app Whatsapp has agreed to meet the RBI’s deadline for data localisation. It said it has built a system that stores payments-related data locally in India.
On 9 October, the Delhi High court gave the investigating agency CBI two weeks' time to provide the digitised records and six weeks to A. Raja and others to file their replies to the agency's appeals in 2G scam case.
The low frequency range like bluetooth, wireless chargers, internet-of-things products, medical devices etc have been kept out of licensing requirement, as the government wants to promote ease of doing business for adoption of new technologies like internet of things, machine-to-machine communications.
To include the regulatory framework for application of net neutrality principles, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has amended the Unified Licence (UL) norms for telecom operators and virtual network operators (VNOs).
Following a massive data breach of 5 lakh users, the tech giant Google is shutting down the consumer version of its social network Google+.
Hoping to close the of the 21st Century Fox transaction soon, the Walt Disney Company has announced its plans for a new organisational structure for its media networks segment.
The global news channel CNN will focus more on digital growth for revenue generation in India. To meet the demands of an increasingly competitive news channel environment, CNN International’s focus will rest on a multiplatform strategy to bolster its client roster and build repeat business from the country.
As regional content is becoming a hot property everywhere, the media group Zee Media Corporation Ltd (ZMCL) has decided to focus more on its regional channels for revenue generation instead of relying on national news channels, though its national news channels still contribute a major chunk of the company’s revenue. However, the dependency has to be minimised.
Though facing worldwide privacy issues, the social media giant Facebook has launched Portal, the first electronic device to bear its brand, a screen and camera-equipped gadget intended to make video calls easier and more intuitive.
As the multi system operator (MSO) Home Cable Network has withdrawn its application against telecom regulator TRAI, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has disposed it as withdrawn.
Riding high on good quality content, the net profit of the media group conglomerate ABP Group’s broadcast business under ABP News Network (ANN) has gone up toRs 99.87 crore for the fiscal ended 31 March 2018 compared to Rs 53.83 crore in the previous fiscal.
The telecom regulator TRAI is organizing Consumer Outreach Programme in different parts of the country. These programmes are primarily intended to outreach to the customers, industries bodies, State Government various Government bodies, CAGs and TSPs. Details of venue, date for the programme to be organized in Kochi (Kerala) along with contact person and telephone number is as under:
In a bid to boost fibre deployment that could facilitate Wi-Fi hotspots and enhance fourth generation or 4G coverage in the country, the government is planning on a proposal that would benefit incumbent service providers and infrastructure firms.
On 8 October, the government told the Supreme Court that it would take more time to file a detailed reply in the WhatsApp matter.
Now Hooq’s 6,000-hour catalogue of Hollywood TV shows and movies will be available to Hotstar Premium users, as both companies have a reached a deal. In recent times, Star India-owned video on demand (VoD) platform Hotstar is aggressively pursuing content expansion to increase its user base.
Once again the chief editor of leading English news channel Republic TV, Arnab Goswami has defied the deadline set by the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) to offer his apology. On August 30, the body had directed Republic TV to air a full-screen apology to its viewers for inappropriate comments made by its editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami.
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