Draft Rules for Unlinking TV channels

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Draft Rules for Unlinking TV channels

  • Information Broadcasting Ministry has drafted new guidelines for up linking TV channels.
  • Guidelines to uplink and down link satellite television channels were last issued by the I&B Ministry in 2011.
  • The highlights of the new draft guidelines are:
  • There will be no need for channels to get mandatory clearance every year.
  • Permits will be given to Indian teleports to uplink foreign channels to facilitate more business.
  • As of now, the channels registered under the ‘news’ category can live-telecast events.
  • But the rest needs a written “temporary up linking” permission from the ministry and local administration, even to telecast live events such as reality shows.
  • According to the new draft, such non-news channels can live telecast an event (other than in the nature of news and current affairs) after registering itself online on ‘Broadcast Seva, a ministry portal, at least five days before the event.
  • This would facilitate the live telecast of many sporting events, award functions, socio-religious and cultural programmes and even radio addresses that are not qualified as news.
  • The channels can make a calendar of sorts of all the non-political events they would want to show, and proceed with the registrations beforehand.
  • To broadcast an event like IPL or any traditional sport which was watched enthusiastically, channels had to pay Rs 1 lakh a day each and also wait for days for a written permission, now it has been done way.
  • The decision as to whether or not the event being uplinked live is of the nature of news and current affairs will be of the central government, and shall be binding on the channel.
  • The preference to Indian satellites was part of the government’s policy since 1997, this time the ministry has made it explicit that a satellite channel can only be uplinked on ‘C’ band or ‘Ku’ band, but not both simultaneously, and the latter will be restricted only to Indian satellites.
  • The new rules also permit a company or limited liability partnership (LLP) to launch a teleport, hub or uplink a channel.
  • The ministry has retained the rule for security clearances for TV channels, the clearance is granted by the home ministry.
  • It is valid for ten years, but can be revoked if the home ministry sees repeated violations.

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