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exchange4media special report<br>Indian Broadcasting Foundation’s AGM to be held in Delhi today

12-December-2001
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exchange4media special report<br>Indian Broadcasting Foundation’s AGM to be held in Delhi today

exchange4media has learnt that Indian Broadcasting Foundation’s second annual general body meeting is to be held in Delhi today and senior members of the Indian Broadcasting Foundation would be present. The four crucial issues, which are part of the agenda, include the very sensitive issue of Service Tax, Cable Piracy and Convergence Commission Bill. The issue of TAM –INTAM’s leak and subsequent merging into one service would also be discussed where both the report submitted by market research agencies as well Indian Broadcasting Foundation’s own independent recommendations would be considered.

Apart from the issues facing the broadcasting industry, the election of office bearers is also on the agenda. IBF had made its recommendations on the Convergence Commission Bill to I&B ministry and the industry body has been very active in terms of bringing all broadcasters together to discuss and resolve industry issues.

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