I&B writes to MHA on broadcasters` security clearance demand

Supporting a key demand of the broadcasting industry, the I&B Ministry has written to the Ministry of Home Affairs suggesting that security clearance given to broadcasters be made valid for the entire duration of their licence.

Now, IBF will accept net bills, advertisements back on TV

According to a press release issued by Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) advertisements are back on TV channels from 1 May 2013.

Broadcasters cut gay lyrics from ‘Born...’

Malaysian radio stations have removed gay lyrics from ‘Born This Way’.

Ayodhya verdict: NBA issues guidelines to broadcasters

As the Ayodhya title suit verdict date nears, the News Broadcasters Association has set guidelines for electronic media asking them not to speculate about the judgement and not to show the footage of 1992 Babri Masjid demolition.

Self-regulation should be first step for broadcasters: Soni

The government, which is holding
discussions with broadcasters to find a way for improving
content creation, on Friday indicated that self-regulation should
be the "first step" for them.

No laws would be imposed on broadcasters: Soni

Allaying fears of broadcasters
over content regulation, the Centre today said any regulatory mechanism would be formed only after consultations
with stakeholders.

TRAI seeks financial details of broadcasters

TRAI has sought financial and operational details of broadcasters, cable operators and multi system operators.