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The agenda is to understand TAM’s side of the story than pay heed to “what has been reported by media”

Noor Fathima Warsia 07-August-2012

Indian TV Fest will be a platform to discuss ideas that would grow television in India to a Rs 1,00,000 crore industry

Synjini Nandi 02-August-2012

NDTV’s move to take TAM to court questions the credibility of the single currency that the broadcast fraternity operates on

Noor Fathima Warsia 01-August-2012

The Advertising Council of India to sponsor four young professionals to attend the ‘Fast Track’ programme commissioned by AFAA

exchange4media Staff 30-July-2012

The Advertising Council of India to sponsor four young professionals to attend the ‘Fast Track’ programme commissioned by AFAA

exchange4media Staff 30-July-2012

A conversation with industry professionals indicates that while agencies resigning business is rare, there are enough reasons that lead to it

Deepika Bhardwaj 24-July-2012

These concern ‘Depiction of Animals/Wildlife in TV Programmes’, ‘Telecast of Award Functions’ & ‘Participation of Children in Reality Shows'

exchange4media Staff 23-July-2012

Chahal has joined Multi Screen Media as Vice President, Head of Corporate Affairs. He reports to General Counsel Ashok Nambisan and CEO Manjit Singh

Abid Hasan 02-July-2012

Every author, composer or writer, who has hitherto been deprived of his/her due, will gain from the amendments

exchange4media Staff 24-May-2012

Even if broadcasters work out some way to shorten the break, innovations such as one-min breaks will become a thing of the past with TRAI’s ad regulations

Noor Fathima Warsia 22-May-2012

Broadcasters believe that the cap of 12 minutes will drastically impact businesses and that it should not have been made effective ahead of digitisation

Noor Fathima Warsia 15-May-2012

JS Sarma tells exchange4media that there is still time to see how carriage fee changes post digitisation and the regulation can be revisited if the need arises

Noor Fathima Warsia 04-May-2012

IBF Prez Uday Shankar states TRAI order is a sincere attempt to align multiple stakeholders’ interests. Carriage fee is a concern

Noor Fathima Warsia 04-May-2012

Unlike sister organisation NBA, IBF is likely to take a different approach to TRAI’s tariff order for DAS, which includes regulation on carriage fee

Noor Fathima Warsia 03-May-2012

IBF Prez Uday Shankar states TRAI order is a sincere attempt to align multiple stakeholders’ interests. Carriage fee is a concern

Noor Fathima Warsia 03-May-2012

JS Sarma tells exchange4media that there is still time to see how carriage fee changes post digitisation and the regulation can be revisited if the need arises

Noor Fathima Warsia 03-May-2012

While the NBA has already protested against TRAI’s notification saying it has “legalised carriage fees”, the IBF will deliberate further on the subject today

exchange4media Staff 02-May-2012

While there are associations and foundations looking after a company’s interests, which bodies are looking after the human capital of the media industry?

Noor Fathima Warsia 16-April-2012

Indian Broadcasting Foundation, Indian Society of Advertisers & Advertising Agencies Association of India will hold equity in the ratio of 60:20:20 in the agreed structure for BARC

Noor Fathima Warsia 15-March-2012

Broadcasters Audience Research Council has not met the stipulated June 2011 deadline that was outlined in the MIB’s TRP Committee Report to form a high-powered committee to guide BARC in the area of research, design and analysis.

Nitin Pandey 01-July-2011

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