The trio has moved the high court seeking to quash the FIR and subsequent chargesheet filed by the police against them.
The court was hearing a bunch of pleas filed by Goswami and ARG media seeking several reliefs in the case.
The agency had filed a money laundering case against the channels after studying a Mumbai Police FIR for alleged manipulation of Television Rating Points.
The bench was responding to submissions made by senior advocate Ashok Mundargi, the counsel for Goswami and ARG Outlier Media Pvt Ltd.
The Maharashtra government's statement made earlier this month to refrain from taking any coercive action against Goswami and the ARG Outlier Media's employees will continue till then.
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The Bombay HC granted relief till April 16.
Justice PD Naik granted bail to Partho Dasgupta on a personal bond of Rs 2 lakh and two solven sureties of the same amount.
The interim relief was extended after the high court adjourned the hearing on ARG's plea challenging the investigation of Mumbai police in the TRP scam case.
Dasgupta is accused of misusing his official position and conniving with with Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami to manipulate TRPs.
Dasgupta, who was arrested by the crime branch of the Mumbai Police on December 24 last year, sought bail on parity arguing that all other accused persons in the case were out on bail.
The police further said it had summoned and charged employees of several other TV channels, but no one else had complained of malafide intent.
Last week, Dasgupta was rushed to the J J Hospital from the Taloja prison after his blood sugar levels went up and he fell unconscious.
In the statement, the Republic Media Network said there has been collusion of corporate and political interests to target its Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami.
The state's counsel, Deepak Thakare, told HC that as per protocol since the JJ hospital had certified Dasgupta to be fit for discharge, he will be taken to the Taloja prison hospital.