Television

Major media stocks dip even as some others rise

http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/smartcrop_800x800/public/images/tv-images/2016/05/30/Zee%20Entertainment%20Enterprises%20Ltd_3.jpg?itok=XF5mCX4j

MUMBAI: Media and entertainment stocks such as Zee Telefilms and Balaji Telefilms continued to dip in this week although there were some exceptions - notably SABe TV (on NSE), Cinevistas, Creative Eye and ETC Networks - which were on the ascendant.

On 11 April, Zee Telefilms opened the day at Rs 66.35 (Rs 73.2 on 4 April) on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), fell by 0.83 per cent to finish at Rs 65.80 (as compared to Rs 72.25 on 4 April). The volume of shares trades was around 1.05 million shares. The scrip had dipped to a 52-week low of Rs 60.15 after hovering around the Rs 100 mark in the first week of 2003.

On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Zee Telefilm scrip started the day (11 April) at Rs 66 (as compared to Rs 72.45); fell 1.43 per cent and ended the day at Rs 65.50 (as compared to Rs 71.50 on 4 April). The volume of shares traded was around 1.7 million.

The Balaji Telefilms scrip fell by 6.05 per cent to end the day (11 April) at Rs 59.75 (as compared to Rs 65.85 on 4 April) on the BSE. On the NSE, it fell by 6.64 per cent to end the day at Rs 59.10 (as compared to Rs 66.15 on 4 April).

Higher volumes of Balaji shares - 1,01,649 - were witnessed on the NSE. The share had dipped to a 52-week low of Rs 52 on the BSE. It started the year 2003 at the Rs 80-mark.

Sri Adhikari Brothers Television Network (SABTNL) fell 0.92 per cent to end the day (11 April) at Rs 48.2 (as compared to Rs 52.65 on 4 April). On the NSE, the scrip rose to Rs 49 (as compared to Rs 52.25 on 4 April) - up 0.82 per cent.

Cinevistaas grew by 3.86 per cent to end the day (11 April) at Rs 22.85 (as compared to Rs 23.15 on 4 April) on the BSE. The scrip had touched a 52-week low of Rs 17.70. On the NSE, it was static at Rs 22.25. Towards the beginning of the year, it was hovering around the Rs 40-mark.

Creative Eye grew by 3.72 per cent to finish the day (11 April) at Rs 9.75 (as compared to Rs 10.50 on 4 April) on the BSE. The stock had started the year with the price at the Rs 14-mark.

The ETC Networks scrip rose by 1.14 per cent to end the day (11 April) at Rs 39.80 (as compared to Rs 43.30 on 4 April). The scrip was ruling at the Rs 70-mark in the first week of the year 2003.

The cricket world is over but the sentiments continue to be bad. Its time for Zee to deliver a hit and also for Balaji to deliver a fresh hit.

Latest Reads

http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/17/Pro_Wrestling.jpg?itok=ZIguV2M0
Pro Wrestling League rallies on North India viewership

MUMBAI: The third edition of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) proved to be a hit among the younger viewers while attracting audiences of all age groups. Moreover, 77 per cent of the viewership came from North India for the season.

Television TV Channels Sports
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/banok.jpg?itok=BJ4ELatq
Catch the Superr Heropanti of bandbudh aur budbak only on Discovery Kids

Discovery Kids, the leading animation channel from Discovery Communications India, has launched its new series Bandbudh aur Budbak from 12th February. The show follows the fun school life adventures of two best friends, Badrinath and Buddhadeb who often land in trouble because of their antics but...

Television TV Channels Kids
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/inside_1.jpg?itok=Nlj7MQNa
Debates continue to reap rewards for Eng news channels on prime time

Prime-time shows on Indian English news channels have struggled to budge from their reliance on the debate format. In spite of access to new technologies, the content of the programming during the slot has largely remained the same. Even the allure of virtual reality (VR) and the latest production...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/sanam.jpg?itok=7Mgt1x9T
Celebrate the month of love with Dil Beats - a show curated by 'Sanam' on MTV Beats

February is shaping up to be an exciting month for the viewers of MTV Beats – the 24x7 Hindi Music TV channel with a new show line up of specially curated concepts, will be all about love and romance. Bringing alive its promise of providing an intense musical indulgence, MTV Beats brings the...

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/mtv.jpg?itok=dLCJ9jDD
Renault MTV Roadies Xtreme powered by OPPO co-powered by ID Shoes & Durex ups its ante with marquee sponsors for its milestone season

Having garnered an overwhelming response and appreciation year-on-year for fifteen long years, cult reality show, Roadies is back with its all new season, Roadies Xtreme.

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/sun.jpg?itok=HlM0iofj
Sun TV, Star Maa only non-Hindi players in across genre list

BENGALURU: The Sun TV Network’s flagship Tamil GEC Sun TV and Star India’s flagship Telugu GEC Star Maa were the only non-Hindi channels among Broadcast Audience Research Council's (BARC) weekly list of top 10 channels across genre all India (U+R): 2+ Individuals for week 6 of 2018 (Saturday, 3...

Television TV Channels Viewership
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/16/naagin_0.jpg?itok=LHoHVsCc
Higher taxes fail to dampen demand for Indian soaps in Sri Lanka

MUMBAI: In spite of stringent levies on imported content, the popularity of Indian shows is seeing an upward trend in the Sri Lankan market. Indian soaps have resonated well with audiences in the island nation, courtesy the flashier nature of the content in contrast to the rural and simple...

Television TV Channels GECs
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/15/btvi.jpg?itok=3WBlXY9Y
BTVI’s Financial Planner engages with audience on personal wealth creation

BTVI, India’s premiere English business news channel hosted the on-ground event ‘Financial Planner’ in Pune and Mumbai. The channel has introduced this on-ground interactive opportunity for its viewers where a financial expert helps them build a solid financial future.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
http://www.indiantelevision.com/sites/drupal7.indiantelevision.co.in/files/styles/340x340/public/images/tv-images/2018/02/15/time-now.jpg?itok=qZBeAC2u
Ex-Times Now Anchor Shaheen Dawood joins iRealities as 'Lead Content Producer'

Former Times Now entertainment anchor Shaheen Dawood is now heading a large animation team at iRealities, one of the primeval and leading content production and marketing solutions company in Mumbai.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting

Latest News

Load More

Sign up for our Newsletter

subscribe for latest stories