‘Govt, OTT Players Will Partner To Improve User Experience'
The Morning Standard|March 05, 2021
Asserting that the new guidelines on digital media focused on “self-classification of content”, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar on Thursday said the government and the OTT platforms would partner together to make the audience’s experience better.

It was decided that the government would come out with progressive mechanism for OTT players and develop a level playing field with the idea of self-regulation -Ministry of Information and Broadcasting

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