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Hybrid STBs to convert our existing television viewing into a “Smart TV Experience”. Users can watch satellite TV content as well as online content from Over-The-Top (OTT) platforms such as YouTube, Hotstar, Netflix, Amazon Prime etc.

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TRAI has sent its recommendations to The Ministry. Now it is upto The Ministry to implement them or not. We give a summary of these recommendations

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Freedom of working and rights of doing things in our own way is something which is precious. In government departments, staff often feels subservient to the ministries, and have to virtually follow their orders. Meandering in any way would cost them dearly like what we saw recently during the ongoing tussle between the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting(MIB) and the public broadcaster Prasar Bharati which works under the Ministry. 

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In a very surprising move the MIB has now decided to extend the date of digitisation till March 2020, after the Parliamentary Standing Committee for IT had pulled up the Ministry for not doing enough to ensure smooth and complete implementation of DAS (Digital Addressable Systems) in the country for the benefit of consumers. This decision comes after one year of the Ministry declaring successful completion of digitisation on 31st March 2017. The Ministry now accepts that only 87% of existing consumers have been seeded with digital Set-Top-Boxes. However, according to Cable Operators Federation of India (COFI), 40 million subscribers have been deprived of Cable TV services, many of them in the far flung areas still getting analog signals where neither the MSO are able to provide the digital feed nor the DTH operators are capable of providing service. 

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Monday, 12 March 2018 13:28

A Paradigm Shift in the News Room

The latest edition of exchange4media's annual event NewsNext 2018 was held in Noida on 12 February 2018. All bigwigs of the News broadcast industry in India were present at the glittering ceremony which apart from the conference also hosted the 10th edition of e4m News Broadcasting Awards (ENBA).

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Abuse and violence against females are just not stopping. It takes just a chance for a man to attack stealthily or openly. The lure for fame and glamour often mask the real urge of child artiste to show their talent to the world and make their family proud. 

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It is said that if you want to win people’s hearts in a particular region, talk in their language. Tech giants like Google and social networking behemoths like Facebook and Twitter could not have expanded so universally if they haven’t offered their services in regional language. Offering content in local languages also makes a tremendous business sense; it creates lots of revenue as well as employment. 

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In January 2018, the Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology issued a few crucial directions to the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) which may have great impact on broadcasting and cable TV sector. 

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Working in an adult oriented industry, children are often exposed to unsuitable, anxiety inducing and at times dangerous hazards and situation. Unlike their adult counterparts, they are less competent to handle such situations. In the absence of any monitoring mechanism, there are more chances of child actors being exploited. The challenges posed by children’s participation in television media need to be acknowledged and addressed. 

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Monday, 12 March 2018 12:41

Futuristic vision of a Prosperous India

PM's address at the inauguration of the Wadhwani Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Mumbai.

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By Kanishka Tongya, Director of Sales and Business Development (APAC & ME) at Interra Systems.

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Inventions and technologies have never been so fast as today. For example, with each new model being launched every year, the older version of a smartphone becomes redundant. People’s skills are becoming meaningless as their jobs are now being done by machines at much faster pace and without any chance of errors. 

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Inventions and technologies have never been so fast as today. For example, with each new model being launched every year, the older version of a smartphone becomes redundant. People’s skills are becoming meaningless as their jobs are now being done by machines at much faster pace and without any chance of errors. 

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Online video has gained huge momentum in India. YouTube alone has 400 million users and Google expects this number to double in the next three years, making India one of its fastest growing markets. As the popularity of online video is only expected to rise, this will transform the TV experience for Indian audiences in 2018 and beyond. Within this, there are some key trends that are important for TV providers to consider as they prepare to capitalize on the popularity of short-form video.

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Thursday, 01 March 2018 12:59

No respite to Industry Slowdown yet

For the last two months, we have been focusing on national economy which is going haywire. The stock index is fluctuating between 33 thousand and 36 thousand and above, for the last two months, giving real jolt to the economic situation. 

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There are always vast differences between expectations and reality. While the Budget 2018 mostly focussed on agriculture and social sector, not much has been offered to the media & entertainment sector and telecom sector. As a matter of fact, this was the last full-fledged budget of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government before its five-year term comes to an end. The M&E sector had high hopes from the budget. The industry already being in turmoil due to demonetization and GST failed to get much from this budget. The terribly stressed telecom sector is highly dejected with the Budget.

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On 20 December 2017, the Telecom Regulator of India (TRAI) issued a Consultation Paper on ‘Making ICT Accessible for Persons with Disabilities’ and requested stakeholders to submit their comments by 22 January 2018, and counter comments by 5 February 2018. Now, the deadlines have been extended; the last date for sending comments is 12 February 2018, and counter comments can be sent by 26 February 2018. 

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India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its forty second flight (PSLV-C40), successfully launched the 710 kg Cartosat-2 Series Satellite for earth observation and 30 co-passenger satellites together weighing about 613 kg at lift-off. PSLV-C40 was launched from the First Launch Pad (FLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota. PSLV-C40/Cartosat-2 Series Satellite Mission was launched on Friday, Jan 12, 2018 at 09:29 Hrs (IST).

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Excessive ads on almost all major TV channels have become a curse and a great disturbing element, killing the joy of watching TV. Ads are everywhere, on the frontal side of the laptop used by anchors, moving like ghosts on the screen, almost covering half of the running shots, and appearing after every 2 minutes. If there had not been a remote control, viewers would have fainted due to anger. But sometimes, even the remote does not work as every channel seems to telecast ads at the same time. 

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Commerce and Industries Minister Suresh Prabhu said India is expected to become a USD 5 trillion economy in the next 8-9 years with the manufacturing sector contributing 20 per cent to that. 

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