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India media needs to look within: I&B minister

NEW DELHI: Is the Indian media aggressive enough? Without doubt, yes, but it also needs to temper the aggression with intelligence. Is television corrupting popular taste? Debatable. Simply because revenues and ratings drive programming decisions despite honest intentions to highlight socially...

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BAG media institute seminar to address media concerns

MUMBAI: B.A.G.Films promoted International School of Media and Entertainment Studies (ISOMES) is hosting an international seminar on media concerns of the day on 17 November in New Delhi. Information and broadcasting minister Jaipal Reddy will inaugurate the seminar at 10 am. The seminar has been...

MAM Media and Advertising Media Agencies
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ABP group set to pick up 74% in MCCS - Star News holding company

NEW DELHI: The buzz is that Ananda Bazar Patrika (ABP), controlled by the Sarkar family of Kolkata, is set to pick up 74 per cent equity stake in a company that would oversee the functioning of Star News in India, including the uplinking of content from here.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
Ad man Suhel Seth buys out Birla's stake in MCCS

Playing it safe, Media Content & Communication Services India Pvt. Ltd, which has applied for a licence to uplink content for Star News, has not got a replacement for Kumaramangalam Birla.

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STAR PLUS : THE LOOMING THREAT

This is a channel, which is crackling - crackling with electrifying programming. And if it does not regain its rightful place at the top of the viewership stakes, the blame will lie squarely at poor marketing and show packaging or at the door of the God of the television world - the viewer. No...

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