Transparent Ratings System Dominates News Broadcasters Association's Meeting With Prakash Javadekar
Several key matters including a transparent ratings system and new technologies in broadcasting were discussed in a meeting between Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and board members of the News Broadcasters Association.
The industry delegation was led by India TV's Rajat Sharma, the President of the Board and included News24's Anurradha Prasad, TV18's Rahul Joshi, ABP News' Avinash Pandey and others.
New Delhi: Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar on Friday met the board members of the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) to discuss various issues concerning the country's news industry.
According to the NBA press release, several "key matters" including the importance of the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA), a transparent ratings system and new technologies in broadcasting, were discussed in the meeting.
The delegation was led by India TV's Rajat Sharma, the President of the Board, and included News24's Anurradha Prasad, TV18's Rahul Joshi, ABP News' Avinash Pandey, India Today's Kalli Purie, NDTV's Sonia Singh and the Secretary-General of NBA.
The NBA is a collective of 27 leading news broadcasters (comprising 70 news channels) formed to put forth issues pertaining to the industry before the government.
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