|Cas is mentioned, how come DTH is not??|
|hi ekta iam shilpa from hanamkonda
i want you to come my home ones ekta
when kyuki one more year finish
that time you come to our home please
|Hello everyone! My name is Laura and I am a senior in college in the United States. I am going to need your help I have an anthropology class and I have to write a paper on the media in India. However, I need to do some interviews but i don't have anyone to interview if anyone would like to help me out I would greatly appreciate it! My email is email@example.com ...Please email me if you would like to help out..thanks|
I am your friend.I love POGO TV.|
|2005-01-30 05:13:41||surbhi bhadauria|
|Thank you for building such a informative site on indian T.V.Please send me some valuable info about the Indian news channels ,it will be helpful for my dissertation paper.(specifically the method of selection for T.V.news correspondent in leading news channels).|
|2004-12-15 01:54:34||Payel Sen|
|In the history of the indian Television, it was Mr. Rajat Sharma who launched the first daily news bulletin, for a private channel in the history of Indian Television in March 1995.|
|2004-11-19 06:10:04||Joby George|
|i think more details about the famous serials and daily soaps history should have been mentioned.
i am doing a project on this subjectand would be grateful if you could mail me about the above info.|
|In your brief overview of how television developed in India, no mention has benn made about SITE. I think you should mention that too. After all, that was when India first 'saw' a television.|
|2004-04-16 03:28:50||Nnadita Kondepudi|
|please send me present market size of ctv|
|In anotherwise good piece, there is factually incorrect information in the begining itself with regard to the existence of tv in India.
TV exists in India for over 4 decades now (not 3 as mentioned in the article). It came to India (Govt had imported some tv sets from overseas)in late 50s. By 60s, private companies like JK were making their own tv sets. Another tv brand around at that time was 'Standard'.
It is also kind of incorrect to say that govt/s of that time frowned upon tv. For, had that been the case, GOI would not have imported some tv sets from abroad and had them installed in very limited quantity in some public institutions/schools.|
|2003-09-01 01:10:06||raj singh|
|I would like to know when Indian television companies, plan to broadcast programmes in Dolby stereo/surround sound, and also in widescreen as this is now common, here in the United Kingdom.|
|2001-08-24 12:40:00||Mr Virendra Patel|
|try to collect information on how many tv station in india.
which channel is popular where?& why?
price & feature &faq &general servicing of indian tv.|
|2001-08-16 03:03:00||manahar lotia|
|i have already sent a message on 'get in touch'. would really appreciate some inputs on 'fashion on indian television', its my research paper. emails on the subject would also be welcome.|
|2001-06-10 05:56:00||SUDESHNA GHOSH|
|the history of TV and the developments from 1959 till the 70's should have been included in the snapshot of history.the pilot project,the SITE experiment,etc are important developments which deserve mention.|
|2001-05-02 03:31:00||M.Shruthi Joy Samson|
|I happened to browse through
your website on indian TV
and found it interesting.
I am an NRI having a PR in sydney australia and existing
here for 7 years.The australians are 19 million with ethnic population of
3 to 4 million speaking more than 100 languages and there are 5 free channels only on tv.
Two years ago , I visited
india,especially tamil nadu
and found a lot of improvement
in tv reception using dishes.
Basically suntv, rajtv, vijaytv were offering interesting content not available for tamilians abroad
like me.I am looking at whether the above channels are beamed here in sydney australia and if so how can I
avail of the services?
|2001-04-29 06:44:00||singaram subramanian|