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IBF committee on peoplemeter leak to meet in Mumbai today

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IBF committee on peoplemeter leak to meet in Mumbai today

The broadcasters’ committee, which has been constituted to investigate the controversy related to the leak of peoplemeter list of ratings agencies, will meet in Mumbai today.

This meeting is being seen as the first step in the process of investigation into the TAM-INTAM controversy.

As reported earlier the Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) had set up a committee to investigate the issue. The IBF committee will be submitting a detailed report on its investigation of the TRP imbroglio within the next three weeks. This committee comprises executives from Star, Sony Entertainment Television (SET), Zee Network, Eenadu, Sun and Doordarshan.

The move to set up the committee assumes significance in the light of the fact that one of the IBF members had recently demanded suspension of the publication of TAM and INTAM ratings till these were revamped.


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