Government Gives Streaming Platforms 100 Days To Finalise Self-Regulation Code

Government Gives Streaming Platforms 100 Days To Finalise Self-Regulation Code
Indian government is planning to regulate content on Over The Top (OTT) video streaming platforms.  The government has given 100 days to streaming companies to set up an adjudicatory body. This News is Brought to You by SATiiTV.COM Information & Broadcasting Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar welcomed all the representatives of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Zee5, MX Player, ALTBalaji, Hotstar, Voot, Jio,... Read More

MIB To Issue List of Prohibited Content To OTT Platforms

MIB To Issue List of Prohibited Content To OTT Platforms
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) will issue a negative list – a list of some non-negotiable prohibited content to video streaming service providers by the end of 2019.  MIB has also urged Over The Top (OTT) Platforms to come up with a self-regulatory body News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA). The ministry is not attempting censorship of content on... Read More

Tamil Nadu Cable TV Association Has Requested MIB To Regulate OTT Platforms

Tamil Nadu Cable TV Association Has Requested MIB To Regulate OTT Platforms
Chennai (Tamil Nadu) based Cable TV Association for Cable TV Operators, Chennai Metro Cable TV Operators Association (CMCOA) has written a letter to Ministry of Information & Broadcasting.  CMCOA stated in it’s letter that OTT platform is left unregulated which may destroy Cable TV / DTH Industry in India’s digital economy growth. This Cable TV Association raised a question that... Read More