Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Thursday, Dec 12, 2002

News
Features
Stocks
Port Info
Archives

Group Sites

Industry & Economy - Radio/TV


Cable industry members meet officials

Our Bureau

NEW DELHI, Dec. 11

JUST a day after the Rajya Sabha cleared the Cable Television Networks Amendment Bill 2002 paving the way for a Conditional Access System (CAS), members of the cable industry met officials of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.

The cable industry felt that CAS could be implemented in the next six-seven weeks, at least in the metros. The Ministry officials had asked the cable industry to send a detailed plan on the CAS rollout, cable industry officials said.

Send this article to Friends by E-Mail
Comment on this article to BLFeedback@thehindu.co.in

Stories in this Section
What makes Chinese economy click


Rs 9,045-cr supplementary demands passed
A pretty good service for all you know, sir?
ACM Medical Foundation donates diagnostic equipment
Ethanol makers, oil cos to discuss price issue today
Kolkata power utility may hike tariffs
Karnataka power situation bleak
`Quality power not burden of utilities alone'
`Global N-power industry on revival path'
Bengal zone tax refunds poised to go up 20 pc
IMRB launches radio audience research tool
Cable industry members meet officials
Learning maths the Casio way
GNIIT students to get lateral entry to KSOU
Tractor sales down 20% in H1
CETMA hails passage of cable TV Bill
FICCI pushes for reforms in farm sector for growth
Kanwar leads race for FICCI Vice-President
`Domestic carriers sell-off will be taken up at right time'
EIL sell-off set for smooth course
Cabinet Secy for implementing panel report on investments
Rs 18-cr loan okayed for TN backward class corporation
Poompuhar expo on in Hyderabad
Positive criticism is media's right, says former SC judge
Brand summit begins today
Foodgrains export to Bangladesh — FIEO urged to sort out rake shortage with Rlys
`Continuation of DEPB under review'
Under-invoiced imports hit cashew kernel prices
Concor package for exports to Bangladesh
Exim Bank credit for exports to East Europe
Earmark more funds for tourism: WTTC
Hyderabad tops in leisure travel growth: Taj group


The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | Home |

Copyright 2002, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line