Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to impose foreign investment limit on mobile TV
India – The government is to impose a 74 percent limit on foreign investment in mobile TV services, according to the Press Trust of India. The report added that licensees who carry news will be allowed to broadcast only authorised news channels. The two conditions were recommended by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), which sent them to the Ministry for Information and Broadcasting. Ambika Soni, the Minister for Information and Broadcasting, recently hinted that the government is planning to pursue mobile television technology on a fast track basis. The ministry has also accepted the regulator’s proposal that the service provider should have freedom to choose the technology for this service.
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