16 April 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 46
Trai's ad review policy to hurt biz models of sportscasters

Taj TV feels Trai should wait till digitisation becomes fully addressable; ESPN Star Sports says hourly basis ad cap is not feasible in sports genre due to live events.

India has 44.2 mn DTH subs, 825 channels: Trai

Cable TV ops have installed 853,737 STBs in quarter ended December 2011 compared to 819,960 in trailing quarter; out of 825 channels, 163 are pay, says Trai.

Digitalisation: Trai tariff order likely next week

Trai to issue its Tariff Order and other related guidelines relating to digitisation next week, almost three weeks after the deadline of 31 March set by the Government.

Karnataka fine tuning policy in drive to make it the animation, VFX hub
Dodgers sale gets Federal Judge's approval
Heat intensifies on Rupert Murdoch in hacking scandal
Technicolor bags Tata Sky contract for supply of HD STBs
Western Europe unlikely to reach full digitisation by '17
5 mn fewer US households viewing pay-TV service
Jolie in talks to star in The Counsellor
Cameron moving to New Zealand
Multiscreen device usage growing in the US
Ghai faces fresh trouble over land in Andhra Pradesh
Release of Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi pushed to 27 April
Kannada film to premiere in Mumbai
NRI filmmaker's features get global release
News Releases

Poll brand ambassadors felicitated for encouraging voters

TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (01/04/2012 to 07/04/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (01/04/2012 to 07/04/2012)
Star Plus
Sony Entertainment TV
Zee TV
Star Gold
Life OK
Sun TV
Star Jalsha
Star Pravah
Zee Cinema
Imagine TV
Gemini TV
ETV Marathi
Sahara One
Source: www.indiantelevision.com
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Google fined $25,000 for US street data collection
  • Indian cinema completes 100 years: The mad, magical world of Indian movies!
  • Annapurna Studios invests Rs 100 crore in expansion
    Source: Economic Times
  • TDSAT upholds DoT’s power to penalise operators
    Source: Hindu Business Line
  • Cisco, NDS to ride rising television digitisation wave
    Source: mydigitalfc.com
  • Scarcity of spectrum hits mobile TV launch
  • Aamir Khan gets emotional at Satyamev Jayate launch
    Source: Hindustan Times
  • Sony to tranform its mobile gaming and TV biz
    Source: EE Herald
  • Annapurna expands studio with Rs 100 cr
  • IPL matches at Barabati insured for Rs 20 cr
  • SRK inaugurates Prayag Film City
  • TDSAT upholds DoT's power to penalise operators
  • Facebook acquires team behind Tagtile
  • Brands within content
    Source: Business Standard
  • IPL season 5 has been the closest series ever
    Source: Financial Express
  • Kareena does a cameo in Rowdy Rathore
  • Varun Badola rues lack of quality content on TV
    Source: Times of India
  • Shah Rukh says he didn't imagine staying in films so long
  • Will the Titanic Sink Again?
    Source: Indian Express
    International News
  • Assange TM TV broadcasts this week
    Source: .The Register
  • Digital TV network covers 61% of South Africa
  • Kenya braced for digital TV competition
    Source: Rapid TV News
  • Public TV, radio stations thrive despite downturn
    Source: jconline
  • Sony to tranform its mobile gaming and TV biz
    Source: EE Herald
  • Mediaset May Secure Digital TV Frequencies, Repubblica Says
    Source: Bloomberg
  • 3D TV Broadcast Standards Taking Shape
    Source: good3dtv
  • Free-to-air TV licenses set to get nod
    Source: The Standard
  • Digital TV switchover date for Tunbridge Wells looms closer
    Source: tunbridgewellspeople
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