10 January 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 33 - Issue No: 65
 
 
 
 
 
 
Headlines
One Alliance terminates distribution deal with Neo Sports Broadcast

Weakened by scrapping of BCCI rights, Neo Cricket & Neo Sports suffer a double setback; possible deal with Times or Mukesh Ambani via Network18 to be weighed by valuation & buying of BCCI rights, while Sony is likely to go solo route.

 
Big CBS enters into Punjabi market with Spark Punjabi

Big CBS will foray into the regional TV space on 14 Jan with launch of an international Punjabi channel; to be available across Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh & HP.

Players gets rejected at the box office

The multi-starrer heist movie collects just about Rs 150 mn in 3 days, while Kya Yahi Sach Hai draws a meagre Rs 2 mn; Don2 ends third week with Rs 1.03 bn. BOX OFFICE!

 
 
Pietersen moves to Delhi Daredevils for $2 million
 
Star Sports' show 'Score Tonight' gets new look
 
Fox creates new unit for alternative animated content
 
US SC to hear arguments about FCC's indecency regulations
 
Raj TV Network's 11 channels join Asiasat 5
 
Airtel launches mobile VAS service Comedy FM
 
 
Melancholia is NCFC's best film
Devil Inside at No.1 in last weekend
 
Yatra on buying spree, acquires Buzzintown.com
 
Shine Group acquires ChannelFlip
 
Three of Reliance MediaWorks' staff to receive Academy honours
 
Akshay Kumar to remake Pokkiri Raja in Hindi
 
Zilla Ghaziabad maker rebuffs false claim
 
Anhey Ghore Da Daan for Rotterdam fest
 
News Releases

Volkswagen reinforces its Think Blue initiatives during Auto Expo 2012

 
TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (4/12/2011 to 10/12/2011)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (04/12/2011 to 10/12/2011)
Star Plus
Colors
Sony Entertainment TV
Neo Cricket
Zee TV
Sun TV
SAB
Star Gold
Gemini TV
Imagine TV
Star Pravah
Star Jalsha
ETV Marathi
Zee Bangla
Sahara One
Zee Cinema
MAX
Maa Telugu
 
 
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Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Cannes 2012 announces global Ogilvy & Mather Creative head as jury head for Film and Press categories
  • CFSI to sell tickets for film screenings in Metros
    Source: Economic Times
       
  • Sun TV to launch 3 more pay channels
    Source : Hindu Business Line
       
  • Sunny Leone no social outcast
    Source: Hindu
       
  • Munnabhai 3 to commence in September
  • Vivek Oberoi looks forward to 'Zila Ghaziabad', 'Krrish 2'
  • Yash Chopra's next to go on floors today
    Source: Indian Express
       
  • Umesh Chaturvedi quits News Express
    Source : Media News Line
       
  • Network18 owes Rs 300 cr
  • N Ram steps down from The Hindu
    Source: Business Standard
       
  • Social media has become incredibly powerful: Dell
    Source: Financial Express
       
  • 'Krissh 3' may have issues with Animal Welfare Board of India
  • Salman to play Mumbai commissioner in Dabangg 3
    Source: Times of India
       
  • Russell Brand gets late night U.S. comedy show
    Source: Moneycontrol.com
       
  • Ubuntu TV unveiled at CES
    Source: Hindustan Times
     
    International News
  • HBO Rolls Out Plans for New Ricky Gervais Series -- Johnny Depp Leads Impressive Guest List

    Source: TV Week

       
  • Netflix arrives in the UK and Ireland
  • Sky goes social with zeebox
    Source: Advanced Television
       
  • FOX to Develop New Late-Night Block of Animated Programming
    Source: Collider.com
       
  • Zeebox strikes major investment deal with Sky
  • Manchester derby scores big for ITV
    Source : Media Week
  • Chavez's "Alo Presidente" returns to Venezuelan TV
    Source: Reuters
       
  • Netflix inks major new content deals ahead of UK publicity launch
    Source : VentureBeat
       
  • UCSB TV to Debut on Cox Cable Channel 72
    Source: Santa Barbara Independent
       
  • YouTube's plans to remake TV on the web
    Source: The Verge
       
  • DISH Now Streaming Thousands of On-Demand Movies and TV Shows to iPad
    Source: EIN News
     
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