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Hindi news channels continue strong run in 2018

BENGALURU:The combined total viewership of the top-five Hindi news channels shows that it has a huge audience when compared to the combined total viewership of the top-five news channels of each of the four South Indian languages individually. However, when audiences of the top-five news channels...

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News consumption in South Indian languages during first 7 weeks of 2018

BENGALURU: Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) has started publishing weekly viewership data of top 5 news channels in each of the four South Indian languages in their respective markets since week 1 of 2018 ( Saturday, 30 December 2017 to Friday  5 January 2018) in the public domain. There...

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In deference to court, BARC to release suspended channels' data

MUMBAI: Country’s TV audience ratings agency Broadcast Audience Research Council of India (BARC), in deference to Bombay High Court, has decided to renew audience measurement and release of data of all the three TV news channels it had suspended for four weeks on 24 November, 2016.

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HC stays India News ratings suspension; BARC hints at continuing crusade

MUMBAI: Describing the suspension of India News ratings by BARC(Broadcast Audience Research Council India) as ‘arbitrary and illegal’ by an order dated 6 December, 2016, the Bombay High Court stayed the suspension of BARC ratings of India News. The court has stated that the suspension and...

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“Media today is suffering from ideological corruption”: Tulsidas Bhoite

Mi Marathi managing editor Tulsidas Bhoite speaks about the transition of Mi Marathi from an entertainment channel to a news channel, the challenges and much more.

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