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A new advertisement policy announced

24-February-2001
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A new advertisement policy announced

A new advertisement policy and guidelines for empanelment of newspapers with Directorate of Audio and Visual Publicity has been announced in order to simplify procedures and ensure that advertisement bills are cleared on time. This was in response to demands made by small and medium newspapers.

According to the new policy, advertisement bills should be submitted by newspapers within a month of publication of the ad and payment made within 90 days of receipt. Under the new guidelines, the rate renewal period for newspapers has been increased from one year to three years and if renewal after three years is the same slab, it would not need fresh authentication.

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