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Tackling pirate radio could save Londoners ?1 million: Ofcom

MUMBAI: A new approach to tackling pirate radio has eradicated the problem in one London borough, and could save up to ?1 million for Londoners by being rolled out across the capital.   Pirate radio harms local communities and the critical communications used by the emergency services. Ofcom, which...

iWorld Broadband
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Q2-2016: DB Corp print revenue drops marginally; radio revenue up 5%

Radio segment EBIDTA declined 6.7 per cent in Q2-2016 to Rs 8 crore as compared to the Rs 8.6 crore in Q2-2015, but grew 31.6 per cent as compared to the Rs 6.1 crore in Q1-2016.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Indian advertising market leads BRIC with 11% growth rate in 2015: Carat

The year 2015 looks buoyant for the Indian advertising market as optimism continues to flood the market with growth prospects remaining high in the country, propelled by the election of a pro-business government in 2014 and the revival in investment.

MAM Media and Advertising Media Agencies
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ENIL wins 17 FM channels; HT Media bags Delhi for Rs 169 crore

Entertainment Network India Ltd (ENIL) appears to be the largest gainer in the first stage of the FM Radio Phase III e-auctions declared today with 17 channels in its kitty.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Day 31: All top winning cities show bids lower than clock round price in FM Phase III

The overall cumulative provisional winning price has risen over the total reserve price of the first batch of 135 FM channels in 69 existing cities - Rs 550.18 crore ? by Rs 606.72 crore or 110.27 per cent.

Regulators I&B Ministry

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