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Popular Front filed complaints against TV channels to National...

Popular Front of India filed complaints against the TV channels India Today, Aajtak and Times Now for telecasting defamatory news about the organisation, before the National Broadcasting Standards Authority NBSA which is a self regulatory body headed by ... E Pao!, 1 week ago
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Pakistan's protest over #FreeBalochistan ad campaign shot down by UK Ad Standard Authority

In what comes as a blow to Pakistan, the United Kingdom's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has refused to take up any action against the removal of #FreeBalochistan advertisements from London's buses and taxis."I have informed the complainant that we ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Free Balochistan campaign: Pakistan left red-faced as UK Ad authority shoots down complaint  Zee News1 week ago
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UK confirms Murdoch's Sky bid will be examined over broadcasting standards

LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's planned $15 billion takeover of European broadcaster Sky will be referred to regulators over concerns about broadcasting standards, Britain's Culture and Media Secretary Karen Bradley said on Thursday. Bradley had said on ...
 Sify2 months ago Fox worries prompt UK to take long look at Murdoch's Sky bid  Sify2 months ago

What went wrong with TV news

Amit Khanna Broadcast news has dominated as the major source of news and information across the world for over three decades. This was all the more possible here as India still has a large population of illiterates, speaking in several languages with diverse ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Britain pushes back date for provisional findings on Sky-Fox deal

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's competition regulator will publish its provisional findings on Rupert Murdoch's planned takeover of Sky next month, later than expected, but the overall timing of the review should remain unchanged. Murdoch's $15 billion bid to ...
 Sify4 days ago

TRAI, TRAI, till you succeed

Tech companies in the US are urging the FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to amend the stringent laws against the violation of net neutrality that was made during the Obama regime. At the same time in India, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday is ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Bhansali must be given the benefit of doubt

'The casting of a popular hero Ranveer as Bhansali's Khilji sends out an erroneous and contradictory missive to the lay public; a message that tends to equate a leading light with a notorious and treacherous player of medieval history,' notes Vivek Gumaste. In the mosaic that is India -- a land of conflicting cultural streams and contentious historical narrations -- the resurrection of antiquity, the realistic recreation on the silver screen of historical characters and the era that they ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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What does the government have against Nude and S Durga?

Every time a filmmaker wishes to explore history or religion on his or her terms, self-appointed experts and limelight-seeking zealots swoop in to protest. Extreme prejudices are formed without even seeing the final product, triggering a disturbingly destructive impulse, feels Sukanya Verma. IMAGE: A scene from S Durga There’s an air of unrest surrounding the Indian movie industry these days. The Sri Rajput Karni Sena is hell-bent on stalling Padmavati’s release since Sanjay Leela ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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New SOP may make govt officers push positive stories & track negative trends

Apart from disseminating government-related information to the media, departmental publicity officers may now have some new roles to play. They may now be required to closely track important events and assist in countering negative news trends, push positive ...
 DNA1 month ago

Radio Mirchi calls off tourist safety campaign

Days after a Swiss couple was brutally attacked by a group of men with sticks and stones at Fatehpur Sikri near Agra, the radio station Radio Mirchi (98.3 FM) ran a #MatAaoIndia campaign to draw attention to the problem of safety for tourists. It mocked the official tourism campaign and, in that same vein of sarcasm, asked tourists not to come to India.The campaign ad, which was clearly a satirical spin on the governments official tourism slogan of Incredible India, ends with a warning ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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