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Govt nod to MoUs between Indian & foreign broadcasters
By TOG News Service
Oct 09, 2019

TOG News Service, New Delhi, Oct 07, 2019: THE Union Cabinet gave ex-post facto approval for the MoUs between India and Foreign Broadcasters in the field of Radio and Television.

Benefits:

The MoUs with the Foreign Broadcasters would help -

  1. Public broadcaster in exploring new visions;
  2. New Strategies to address the demands of new technologies and stiff competition;
  3. Media liberalization; and
  4. Globalization.

Major Impact:

Broadcasting of programmes to be obtained through mutual exchange, co-production would lead to equity and inclusiveness among viewer/listeners of DD and AIR. Exchanges of technical Know-how, expertise and training of manpower would help the public broadcaster to meet the emerging challenges in the field of broadcasting.