ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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India and the Proposed Treaty for the Protection of Broadcasting Organisations

This paper analyses key provisions of the Proposed Treaty for the Protection of Broadcasting Organisations, considered at the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights’ 33rd Session. The key question is whether (and on what terms) India needs the Broadcasters Treaty. Existing digital divides make traditional broadcasting the primary means of mass communication in India. Rampant signal piracy hampers the programming output of traditional broadcasters. As India progresses in its unrelenting pursuit of becoming an information society, it cannot afford its traditional broadcasters withering.



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