20 January 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 33 - Issue No: 74
Dish TV posts Q3 net loss of Rs 430 mn; forex loss at Rs 156 mn

Dish TV posts net loss of Rs 430 mn as foreign exchange loss stands at Rs 156 mn; adds 740,000 subscribers in Q3, while ARPU stays flat at Rs 152.

2011: The defining year for the music genre

Year 2011 was special for the youth & music channels; it was the Buddha moment, when the players found the light, the path and, most importantly, business model. YEARENDER!

Pix's ‘Big Break’ initiative ahead of digitisation

Pix will focus more on digital marketing this year; the new initiative is part of the English movie channel's brand-building exercise.

Sony to launch daily primetime fiction at 10 pm
Pankaj Pachauri is communications advisor to PM
IIMC unable to award degrees due to Govt’s slack approach
Endemol inches closer towards capital restructuring
TV schedule dictates viewing: Deloitte
2011: Pure music, regional key trends: Punit Pandey
Animax launches on Crackle
Reuters teams with YouTube to launch Reuters TV Chnnl
BBC iPlayer reaches record viewership in 2011
Rosenblum, Silverman to speak at NAB Show
7th Apsara Awards on 25 January
Fox prepones This Means War release
Open Roads to release Side Effects in the US
Malayalam film Adaminte Makan Abu out of Oscar race
Balaji to expand screens showing The Dirty Picture
Gattu and Don 2 to feature at Berlin Intl fest
AP govt exempts Lotus Pond of entertainment tax
South-East Asian premiere of Life! Camera Action at DIFF
News Releases

Disney Channel presents the premiere of 'The Jungle Book’ on 26 Jan

CNBC-TV18 hosted 7th edition of India Business Leader Awards

TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (08/01/2012 to 14/01/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (08/01/2012 to 14/01/2012)
Star Plus
Sony Entertainment TV
Zee TV
Life OK
Sun TV
Gemini TV
Zee Cinema
Star Cricket
Star Gold
Imagine TV
Zee Bangla
Star Jalsha
Sahara One
Star Pravah
ETV Marathi
Maa Telugu
Source: www.indiantelevision.com
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • 80 years later, silence still golden for Oscars
  • India's 'Adaminte Makan Abu' out of Oscar race
  • Pankaj Pachauri appointed communication advisor to PM as Harish Khare resigns
    Source: Economic Times
  • Apple rolls out digital textbook service iBooks 2
  • HC asks Nimbus to pay 305 crore security
    Source: Times of India
  • Media adviser Khare quits in PMO image makeover plan
  • Jacqueline Fernandez opts out of 'Raaz 3'
  • India's 'Adaminte Makan Abu' out of Oscar race
  • Leander Paes turns terrorist for Bollywood debut!
    Source: Indian Express
  • Microsoft brings private cloud to India
  • Khare resigns as media advisor to PM
  • PM for self-regulation not censorship to fight paid news
    Source: Business Standard
  • U.S. shuts down file-sharing website Megaupload
    Source: Hindu
  • I&B nod to time-bound licensing
  • Harish Khare resigns as media advisor to Prime Minister
  • SC to hear MEN-FTV contract dispute today
    Source: Financial Express
  • Dish TV Q3 revenues rise 31%
    Source : DNA
    International News
  • CBS Greenlights Its Second Comedy
    Source: TV Week
  • AOL HD and Sony partner for multi-screen
  • Sony acquires Movies4Men
    Source: Advanced Television
  • Outdoor Channel HD now Available in all top 25 Markets
    Source: PR Newswire
  • Mark Cuban's HDNet to rebrand as AXS TV
    Source: Variety
  • Sony Pictures Television takes majority stake in ad sales house Dolphin TV
    Source: Media Week
  • Broadcasting charge to replace TV licence
    Source: Irish Times
  • Eurosport closing on WRC TV deal
    Source: Yahoo! Eurosport UK
  • Hollywood fights Internet protests with... TV ad, billboard, radio spot
    Source: Ars Technica
  • Sony's Crackle Service Adds Animax Anime Series
    Source: The Fandom Post
  • Arianna Huffington Launching 24-Hour News Network
    Source: Tubefilter News
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