tariff

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India gave a deadline till August 31, 2018 to broadcasters to comply with all the provisions of the regulations and tariff order

exchange4media Staff 29-August-2018

Three days before the TRAI deadline, ZEEL announced the maximum retail price for television channels, in line with the tariff order. SC will now hear the case on September 5.

exchange4media Staff 28-August-2018

The matter has now been scheduled to come up on 28 August for consideration of interim prayers

Nishant Saxena 20-July-2018

TRAI's announcement of implementation of tariff order was immediately followed up by a contempt petition against the regulator by Tata Sky, which was later withdrawn after court said that there was no issue of contempt

Nishant Saxena 05-July-2018

Tata Sky may now file an application for the stay of the order

Nishant Saxena 04-July-2018

Tata Sky's objection is that TRAI did not inform the Delhi High Court before announcing in the press release that the tariff order has come into effect

Nishant Saxena 04-July-2018

The tariff order (Telecommunication (Broadcasting and Cable) Services (Eighth) (Addressable Systems) Tariff Order, 2017) upheld by Madras High Court comes into effect from today, informed the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.

exchange4media Staff 04-July-2018

The caveats are live for 90 days from the date of filing, which is also the time both parties have to appeal in the Supreme Court against the Madras High Court order.

exchange4media Staff 01-June-2018

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exchange4media Staff 26-May-2018

Though Madras HC has ruled in favour of TRAI, a similar case is pending in the Delhi High Court

Nishant Saxena 25-May-2018

Hearing the TRAI order case, the court held that the premise on which the matter proceeded was not correct as an inflation in the prices and artificial adjustments, which may be called smart business methodology, do not help the cause of the general public and new entrants.

Nishant Saxena 24-May-2018

The distribution industry is elated while the broadcasters feel the weight of responsibility as subscription fee may be affected

Sonam Saini 24-May-2018

This is a significant pronouncement for the Cable TV broadcasting and distribution sector as it paves the way for augmenting and strengthening consumer choice and also creating a level playing field for all the stakeholders.

exchange4media Staff 24-May-2018

The announcement was made by the third judge of the Madras High Court, with an order expected later this evening.

exchange4media Staff 23-May-2018

On March 2, 2018, a two-judge bench hearing the matter could not reach a consensus, after which the case was sent to the Supreme Court. The apex court, however, asked the high court to conclude the matter in four weeks.

Nishant Saxena 08-May-2018

This comes a week after the Madras High Court gave a split verdict on March 2, followed by a review petition in the Supreme Court by TRAI

exchange4media Staff 13-March-2018

The Standing Committee on Information Technology (2017-18) has noted that major benefits of digitisation were expected to empower consumers to exercise a-la-carte menu for individual selection of channels and reduce dependence on ad revenue, however, the reality is different

Nishant Saxena 09-January-2018

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, on November 30, asked broadcasters to remove Analogue Reference Interconnect Offers (RIOs) from their website

exchange4media Staff 01-December-2017

The tariff order and interconnect regulations devised by TRAI will stay on hold.

Saif Ahmad Khan 30-August-2017

If the tariff order manages to pass the litmus test before the law, it would drastically alter the manner in which channels are offered by broadcasters/distributors, impact channel pricing and disrupt existing subscription revenue model

Saif Ahmad Khan 08-August-2017

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