Revolutionizing Media- New Portals by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting"

Anurag Singh Thakur revealing groundbreaking media portals initiated by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Revolutionizing Media- New Portals by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting(source-GG news)

The Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Anurag Singh Thakur, unveiled four groundbreaking portals aimed at revolutionizing India's media landscape. Here's a comprehensive overview of each portal:

Press Sewa Portal:

Developed under the Press and Registration of Periodicals Act, 2023 (PRP Act, 2023), the Press Sewa Portal is a significant leap towards automating newspaper registration processes.

Key Features:

  • Online application for title registration with Aadhar-based e-signatures.
  • Probability Meter indicating title availability.
  • Real-time tracking of application status.
  • Dedicated District Magistrate Module for centralized application management.
  • User-friendly website with an AI-based chatbot for assistance.
  • Transparent Empanelment Media Planning and e-Billing System:

Designed for the Central Bureau of Communication, this system enhances transparency and efficiency in media planning.

Key Features:

  • Streamlined empanelment process for various media types.
  • Automated media planning and billing processes.
  • Mobile app with tamper-proof timestamp and geo-tagging.
  • Dedicated IVR helpdesk for issue resolution.

NaViGate Bharat Portal:

Developed by the New Media Wing, this bilingual platform hosts government-related videos.

Key Features:

  • Dedicated pages for ministries, sectors, schemes, and campaigns.
  • User-friendly navigation and search options.
  • Categorization and tagging for easy video retrieval.
  • Seamless video playback, download, and sharing options.
  • Advanced search functionality with filters.

National Register for LCOs:

A centralized registration system for Local Cable Operators (LCOs), previously managed by Post Offices.

Key Features:

  • Online publication and regular updates of the National Register for LCOs.
  • The Central Bureau of Communication (CBC), established in 2017, serves as a vital unit within the Ministry, providing comprehensive communication solutions to various government entities.
  • These portals mark a significant stride towards modernizing media operations, promoting transparency, efficiency, and accessibility in government communication processes.

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