Pay channels have started disappearing from the television screens of some cable subscribers despite complying with the Trai order that requires them to list what they want to watch from an a-la-carte list. In some homes, two set-top boxes subscribed to the same pack are getting different combinations of channels, reflecting the cable TV industry’s […]
Multi-system operator Hathway started blanking out pay channels late on Monday for subscribers who till then had not submitted their viewing choices as mandated by telecom regulator Trai, which earlier in the day stopped another service provider from doing likewise.
A multi-system operator (MSO) with almost a 50 per cent share of the city’s cable television pie has decided to switch off pay channels from Monday to get non-compliant subscribers to transition to the new tariff system well before the grace period given by the high court ends.
A multi-system operator (MSO) that had planned to start switching off pay channels in phases to get subscribers to switch to the new tariff system was on Monday forced to postpone the decision after telecom regulator Trai directed its officials to ensure that nobody was inconvenienced during the transition.
The new TV channel billing regime set by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) that rolls out from Friday has left both cable operators and viewers in Jharkhand confused.
The national telecom regulator has allowed time till January 31 for the cable industry to complete the transition to the new payment regime.
The national telecom regulator has put on hold the new cable television tariff model that was to take effect at midnight on Friday amid confusion and conspiracy theories surrounding the process of migrating to the a-la-carte system.
New Delhi, Aug. 1 (PTI): The Delhi High Court on Wednesday extended till September 28 the interim protection from arrest granted to senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram on his pleas seeking anticipatory bail in the INX Media case.
London: A day after the BBC was fined over £200,000 for breaching pop legend Cliff Richard’s privacy during a police raid on his home for alleged sexual abuse, the broadcaster is considering whether to appeal against the High Court judgment.
Hong Kong: Days after the comedian John Oliver mocked China’s President, Xi Jinping, on his HBO programme, the authorities in that country now appear to have blocked Internet users from gaining access to the network’s online content.
New Delhi, Jun 25 (PTI): The Central Bureau of Investigation on Monday moved the Supreme Court challenging a Delhi High Court order granting bail to Karti Chidambaram, son of senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram, in the INX Media case.
Washington: A federal judge on Tuesday approved the blockbuster merger between AT&T and Time Warner, rebuffing the government’s effort to stop the $85.4 billion deal, in a decision that is expected to unleash a wave of corporate takeovers.