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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said.

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said.

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets.

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets

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  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue.

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue.

    Continue Reading...

  •  Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said

    News channel ownership: I&B secy asks IBF to take tough stand

    Mumbai ustry’s concerns over ownership of some news channels, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Sunil Arora today asked the industry body Indian Broadcasting Foundation to take a firm stand on the issue. To a question on non-serious players entering the news broadcasting space for ancillary benefits at a Ficci Frames session here, Arora said: “I don’t know what you mean by ancillary benefits, but I presume it kind of subserves as a camouflage for their business interest.” Asking industry body IBF to make up its mind to deal with such players, Arora said “If the government comes down heavily on them, we will be blamed for government intervention… “The cap on investment will not do, as such people have deep pockets. What we need to do is to make the industry body IBF more harsher against such fringe elements who are trying to subserve their business interest via news channels,” the secretary said

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