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Wednesday, 22 March 2017 12:16

TRAI to hold Open House Discussion in Delhi

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) shall hold an Open House Discussion on the following subject at the date, time and venue given below:

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is organizing Customer Outreach Programmes in different parts of the country. These programmes are primarily intended to outreach to the customers, industry bodies, State Govt., various government bodies, CAGs and TSPs. Details like venues, dates of the forthcoming programmes are given below: 

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), on March 20, has released a Consultation Paper on "Introduction of UL (VNO) for Access Service authorization for category B license with districts of a State as a service area". The Department of Telecommunication (DoT), through its reference dated 11th July, 2016, has requested TRAI to issue recommendations for Access Service authorization for category 'B' license with districts of a State as a service area for Virtual Network Operators (VNOs). In 1994, DoT introduced a scheme of operation called Direct Inward Dialing (DID) to provide facilities of group EPABX by the private entities as franchisees of DoT.

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As per this Ministry's earlier Notice issued in January 20I3, all the teleport operators having permission for uplinking and downlinking of TV channels are required to furnish the detailed list of TV Channels being uplinked from their teleport every month. The Ministry said that some of the teleport operators are still not furnishing the monthly report and those who are furnishing the report, the data do not match with the permissions issued by this Ministry for uplinking/downlinking of TV channels from their respective teleports.

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) shall hold an Open House Discussion on the following subject at the date, time and venue given below:

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In its advisory dated 10th March 2017, the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) said that some TV channels are indulging in telecasting the advertisements/promotional programmes including those of Institutions/Organizations offering educational/financial solutions or solutions for medical problems, etc. which are masqueraded as news items thereby misleading audience. Such 'programme' is often an 'exclusive'/ 'live' interview with the management of the Institutions/Organizations, the format of which is made to look like as if it is a regular news programme/panel interview/discussion; also there is no indication anywhere on the screen that it is a promotional programme thereby misleading the audience who are likely to believe that it is a news item.

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Honouring the requests of the stakeholders, the regulator TRAI, on 16th March, has extended the last date of comments on the Consultation Paper on 'Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment'. Now the extended time for submission of comments is 7th April, 2017, and counter comments by 15th April, 2017. 

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On 15th March, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has again extended the last date for receiving comments and counter comments to 26th April 2017.

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Honouring requests of many stakeholders, the telecom authority of the country TRAI has extended the last date for comments and counter comments on the Consultation Paper ‘Approach towards Sustainable Telecommunication’. Now, the fresh date for receiving comments is 3rd April 2017, and for counter comments, it is 17th April 2017. This will be the final date and no further extension will be made, TRAI said. 

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Promoting “Ease of Doing Business” is amongst the priority work items for unhindered growth of the telecom sector. A number of steps have already been taken for ease of doing business. Steps like adoption of market based spectrum management such as assignment of spectrum through auction, permitting spectrum trading, spectrum sharing and liberalisation of administratively assigned spectrum, Unified Licensing regime, Merger and Acquisition guidelines, Virtual Network Operation etc. have been guided by the principles of “Ease of Doing Business”.

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is organizing ‘Consumer Outreach Programme’ in different parts of the country. These programmes are primarily intended to outreach to the customers, industry bodies, State Govt., various government bodies, CAGs and TSPs. 

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On 10th March, the country’s telecom regulator TRAI released its recommendations on ‘Complaints/Grievance Redressal in the Telecom Sector’. It said that there is a need for an independent and empowered structure to address complaints and grievances in an appropriate way with due speed. TRAI also wants an office of the Telecom Ombudsman to be established. Some of the main features of the recommendations are: 

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On 9th March 2017, the telecom regulator of the country TRAI issued its notification on ‘Proliferation of Broadband through Wi-Fi Networks’ after considering the comments from the stakeholders and further analysis. TRAI believes that implementation of the recommendations will beget a new set of small players in this Wi-Fi field, and will contribute in a big way in making broadband available to the masses. Some of the features of the recommendations are:

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In its advisory dated 9th March, the Ministry of information & Broadcasting (MIB) asked all broadcasters and teleport operators to strictly follow FEMA guidelines while making foreign exchanges towards availing transponder services on foreign satellite for up-linking of TV Channels/Teleport services/DSNG Operations/Temporary events. "No person shall draw foreign exchange for a transaction included in the Schedule II without prior approval of the Government of India.” 

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is organizing ‘Consumer Outreach Programme’ in different parts of the country. These progrmmes are primarily intended to outreach to the customers, industry bodies, State Govt., various Govt bodies, CAGs, and TSPs. India’s regulator TRAI organises customer outreach programme in several parts of the country regularly to aware the industry. Interested candidates may visit as per programme in the event. 

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is organizing ‘Consumer Outreach Programme’ in different parts of the country. These progrmmes are primarily intended to outreach to the customers, industry bodies, State Govt., various Govt bodies, CAGs, and TSPs. India’s regulator TRAI organises customer outreach programme in several parts of the country regularly to aware the industry. Interested candidates may visit as per programme in the event. 

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In the month of February, the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) has issued 4 new TV channel licences. Now, the total number of private satellite TV channels has reached 892. The three companies  which got the license are- MSM Worldwide Factual Media, AETN18 Media and Shreya Broadcasting. The Ministry has also cancelled 1 license in February. 

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According to the telecom regulator TRAI, 127 TV channels are openly defying 12-min ad-cap rule. The list of these channels includes news channels. The rule was put up by TRAI, that is being currently contested by broadcasters in the court. The TRAI has noted that around 104 pay non-news channels were airing more than 12 minutes of advertisements on an average per hour between 7 pm and 10 pm during the period 27 June-25 September, 2016. Along with 23 pay news channels, there are 127 television channels that are showing ads in excess of the 12-minute ad cap rule.

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Until 9th March, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is aglow with the latest and pioneering showcase of cutting-edge video broadcast technology in ABU DBS 2017 (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union Digital Broadcasting Symposium) beign held during 6 – 9 March. Half a dozen leading industry players – ATEME, BBright, Binasat Sdn. Bhd. (“Binasat”), Celebrities Management Private Limited (“Celebrities Management”), Cisco and MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd. (“MEASAT”) have collaborated to transmit via satellite UHD/4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) content using the HLG (Hybrid-Log Gamma) standard.

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On 7th March, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued its recommendations on "Spectrum Usage Charges and Presumptive Adjusted Gross Revenue for Internet Service Providers and Commercial Very Small Aperture Terminal Service Providers". 

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