05 Nov, 2020
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The Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has set up a committee to review guidelines on Television Rating agencies in India. The committee will be chaired by Prasar Bharti CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati.
The committee will be required to revisit the existing Television Rating guidelines to further strengthen the procedures to make them more credible and transparent.
The committee will also revisit the overall industry scenario, addressing the needs of the stakeholders and make recommendations for a credible, robust, transparent and accountable rating system through changes, if required, in the existing guidelines.
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