The ministry claimed that the merger of Film Media Units under the Corporation will ensure a balanced and synergised development of the Indian cinema in all its genres- feature films, documentaries, children's content, animation and short films and will lead to better and efficient utilisation of existing infrastructure and manpower.
According to the revised system, the reporting of News and Niche Genres shall be on a 'four week rolling average concept', the ministry said in a statement.
New Delhi: The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on Friday asked all private satellite television channels to adhere to the Programme Code and emphasised that no programme should criticise, malign or slander any individual or certain groups. The advisory comes in the wake of actor Rakul Preet Singh’s plea in the Delhi High Court alleging […]
New Delhi: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India on Tuesday recommended changes to the structure and methodology of television ratings monitoring agency, Broadcast Audience Research Council, after concerns were raised over the neutrality and reliability of the existing system. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting notified the policy guidelines for television rating agencies in India […]
Bhubaneswar: Director Sambit Mohanty’s ‘Hello Arsi’ won the National Award for the best Odia feature film for the year 2018, as per an announcement made by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting today. Moreover, the movie has also won the award in ‘Special Mentions’ category. Besides, Ollywood actress Prakruti Mishra has been selected to receive […]
New Delhi: Hindi-speaking cinema lovers can now enjoy regional movies without any language barrier, thanks to presidential nod to a parliamentary panel recommendation that the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) either dub them or carry Hindi subtitles. The Committee of Parliament on Official Language has also recommended that filmmakers submit their script in Hindi to […]