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Subscribers blame operators for channel packages

     KOLKATA: This year, not only has the economic recession dampened Kolkata’s festive fervour, customers are now complaining about the inability to view their favourite television channels despite opting for them. However, before jumping to any conclusions about multi system operators (MSOs)...

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A two-sided story

MUMBAI: The rupee going into a tailspin or prices shooting through the roof; be damned. The wheels of general entertainment channels (GECs) seem to be in continual motion, what with a new soap here or a new reality show there. Makes one wonder as to what exactly these television majors do to keep...

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BBC to boost business coverage with new programmes

MUMBAI: BBC World News and BBC.com plan to boost their business coverage in the upcoming months with new coverage and analysis to give audiences the story behind the headlines at a time of vast economic change. Starting this month the BBC will premiere a fresh line up of programmes and online...

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14 more regional TV channels soon

KOLKATA: At a time when sections of both national and regional media are shutting shop or laying off staff as cost-cutting measures, former minister of state for parliamentary affairs in the PV Narsimharao government and senior Congress leader of Assam, Matang Singh, has plans to launch as many as...

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ABP's Punjabi foray on hold, for now

MUMBAI: Everyone is feeling the pinch of the bad economic conditions in the country and news channels seem to be hit hard by it. According to sources, the Punjabi news channel that MCCS was planning to launch has been postponed to sometime in end-2013, due to the difficult phase that the industry...

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