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MIB recants, says only explicit condom ads banned during the day

After stirring the hornet’s nest on the contentious issue of restricting condom ads to only water-shedding hours, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has clarified that such ads can be aired on TV during daytime.

Regulators I&B Ministry
The creative storytelling in tourism ads

MUMBAI: Tourism ads have had the same ingredients for years: panning through scenic views, mountains, palaces, forts, rivers and people dressed in traditional state outfits. Once in a while you throw in a celebrity. These ads centre around a story about the state they represent. Vivid images of the...

MAM Media and Advertising Ad Campaigns
Ofcom registers plaint against 'Joanna Lumley's India' as 'materially misleading'

MUMBAI: The UK's communications regulator Ofcom recently registered a complaint against "Joanna Lumley's India" to be 'materially misleading'. It has been registered under the "Complaints assessed, not investigated" section of Ofcom. Ofcom has decided not to pursue complaints recorded between 1 and...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
NextGen 3D screens in Kota takes PVR tally to 587 screens in 51 cities

MUMBAI: PVR Cinemas, cinema exhibition chain, has announced the launch of its first three-screen multiplex  at Cine Mall, Kota. The newly launched PVR property  will redefine the cinema experience in the city with its luxurious and comfortable interiors along with state of the art sound and...

Movies Hindi
No-frills, non-agenda Patrika channel wants to air news - unequivocally

MUMBAI: The art of communicating simple yet hard-hitting information sometimes termed as journalism for arming and guarding people at large, which seemed to have lost its significance in the cacophony of television channels, brand heralds, entertainment and event noises, may gradually gain...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting

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