Regulations for the Indian Broadcasting Industry

Guidelines and Regulations Regarding FDI and Digital Addressable System Critical for the Growth of Television Services in India


This market insight provides an overview of the broadcast ecosystem in India, and the important rules and regulations prescribed by the government. It also includes the list of important industry associations, media networks, leading cable multisystem operators, DTH operators, and IPTV providers. This insight serves as a reference guide for international manufacturers and industry participants on the broadcast landscape in India and their regulations. Recent regulatory mandates have helped in driving digitization and FDI in the media sector in the country.

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Regulations for the Indian Broadcasting IndustryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryKey TermsIndian Broadcasting Industry OverviewIndustry Value ChainMarket OverviewBroadcasting Sector Growth DriversTelevision Channels in IndiaRules and Regulations for the Broadcasting Industry in IndiaTelevision Broadcast in India—1959 to 2014Regulations and AmendmentsRegulations and Amendments (continued)THE PRASAR BHARATI (Broadcasting Corporation of India) Act, 1990 THE CABLE TELEVISION NETWORKS RULES, 1994Cable Television Network Rules 1995—Impact on the IndustrySPORTS BROADCASTING SIGNAL (Mandatory Sharing with Prasar Bharati) Act, 2007Other Regulations and ActsTelecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Act, 1997Policy Guidelines for Uplinking from IndiaPolicy Guidelines for Uplinking from India (continued)Policy Guidelines for Uplinking from India (continued)Policy Guidelines for Uplinking from India (continued)Prescribed Program CodeAdvertisement CodesNew Channel LaunchProcedure for TV Channel LaunchGrant of PermissionLicence Fee and Renewal ProcessRegulatory Bodies and DirectivesRegulatory Bodies Pertinent to the India Broadcast IndustryBroadcasting Services Regulation Bill 2007—Statutory Bodies for Regulation of the Broadcast IndustryForeign Direct Investment ProposalsSome of the Directives that are being DisputedDigitizationDigitization (continued)IPTV ServiceIPTV Service (continued)Carriage Fee RegulationsCable Television Tariff Order 2014—TRAITariff Orders for Set Top Box—TRAI, 27th May, 2013Digital Set Top Box—Prescribed SpecificationsDigital Set Top Box—Prescribed Specifications (continued)List of Industry ParticipantsGovernment Agencies and Industry BodiesList of HD Channels in IndiaList of Pay ChannelsList of Pay Channels (continued)Leading Broadcasters/AggregatorsList of Top 20 MSOs (By Area and Period of License)List of DTH OperatorsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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