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‘News broadcasters are capable enough to chalk out a self-control mechanism’

29-August-2009
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‘News broadcasters are capable enough to chalk out a self-control mechanism’

“I believe nobody is against content regulation, but the difference of opinion is on the mechanism. I am against the view that the Government should have the key for it. I think news broadcasters are capable enough to chalk out a self-control mechanism. The people of this country are mature, and the way they oust their leaders in elections, they can also do the same with channels with objectionable content,” says Sudhir Chaudhary, Editor & CEO, Live India & Mi Marathi.

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