TRAI regulations-are they aganist Broadcasting-Educational channels of Government of India.closed???
These are universally accepted guidelines,under UN-SDGs,UNESCO and under GAPMIL also,which we adovacate as a free society and adopt same.
We are sure these channels are still to air,and cable operators and other DTH operators are bound to telecast them freely for the Rs130/- they charge.
Why is it not happening.WHO OVERSEEAS IT more
The library in universities,and most of the resident colleges also carry a TV,with education channels,which are not less than 50 nos.
TRAI-definitely has not asked for stoppage of relay,and so the governments have not closed these channels.
But it is some buracrats ; more
As per TRAI order DD channels are mandatorily given to all subscribers by all service providers. Even the subscriber does not have an option to delete them.
If their is other content available which is not broadcast on DD channels. Then it is the decision of the channel broadcaster whether to provide it in the Free to Air Bouquet or not. If it is part of Free to Air Bouquet then the customer can include it in his 100 free channels. more