New Tariff Order To Take More Time To Settle Down

New Tariff Order To Take More Time To Settle Down
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has recently rolled out New Tariff Order (NTO) on television channel pricing that will require around six to eight more months to be implemented effectively. The new tariff mechanism has been hindered by challenges related to revenue sharing between Multiple System Operators (MSOs) & Local Cable Operators (LCOs), the repricing of channel bouquets... Read More

TRAI Now Invites Comments / Views From All Stake Holders Regarding NCF By 16th September

TRAI Now Invites Comments / Views From All Stake Holders Regarding NCF By 16th September
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has been regulating Telecom & Broadcasting Services to protect the interests of Broadcasters, MSOs, Cable TV / DTH Service Providers & Subscribers / TV Viewers over the years. TRAI has played an important role in shaping the regulatory and policy framework governing the sector by making timely interventions through regulations, tariff orders, directions and... Read More