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Bombay High Court dismisses public interest litigation against TAM/INTAM

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Bombay High Court dismisses public interest litigation against TAM/INTAM

After industry showing faith in TAM/INTAM television research methodology and data, now it’s turn of the judiciary. Bombay High Court dismissed a petition file against TAM/INTAM last month. The petitioner sought constitution of an independent body under Government of India for publishing TV ratings

The petitioner also sought that till such time this body is established, TAM/INTAM be restrained from publishing TRP reports.

Chief Justice BP Singh and Dr DY Chandrachud, Justice of the Bombay High Court found no merit in the petition and dismissed the same.

TAM officials are satisfied with the courts verdict and are now ready to go full steam on the ‘combined service’ they would start offering soon. To know more about specific of this service, watch this space.


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