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Rs 50 crore fine for DTH players not confirming to ad and programme code

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Rs 50 crore fine for DTH players not confirming to ad and programme code

DTH telecasters who do not conform to the Central government’s advertisement and programme code would be slapped with a penality of Rs 50 crore and cancellation of their licences.

The I&B ministry is giving the final touches to the DTH guidelines which is likely to be ready in a month’s time.


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