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Merger of LSTV and RSTV: Final report by month-end

By Indian Mandarins- 13 Jan 2020
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In a move to rebrand Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha channels and to make it cost-effective, a committee headed by Prasar Bharati chairperson A Surya Prakash is deliberating upon all aspects. Seven meetings have already been held in this regard including with lawmakers.

The Panel is likely to submit its by the end of January 2020 to Rajya Sabha Chairman and Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.

Deliberations are continuing on how to ensure simultaneous telecast of Parliament proceedings. One of the ideas is to retain existing channels — Lok Sabha TV and Rajya Sabha TV — under a common hierarchy. It is also being said that the merger might render many journalists jobless.

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