14 March 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 18
Executive Dossier
'IPL is our biggest property and we can't afford to undersell'

Interview with MSM president network sales, licensing & telephony Rohit Gupta

Trai expected to announce tariff order for digital cable by month-end: Takru

The fear of shortage of digital set-top boxes is misplaced, says I&B additional secretary Rajiv Takru; pricing of the boxes is also no issue as MSOs are offering attractive terms.

Prasar Bharati posts revenue of Rs 10.38 bn for 9 months ended December

Doordarshan and All India Radio's commercial revenue stands at Rs 7.48 bn and Rs 2.45 bn respectively while Rs 444 mn comes from other resources.

Mallya pumps $32 million into Force India
Comedy Central greenlights three shows
Fox Traveller launches show on European culinary
GSAT-8 provides space for carrying 1000 TV chnnls: Sibal
Twitter acquires blogging platform Posterous
Young Indian agencies begin to bloom in 2011
Growth in kids genre makes it a viable market: Monica Tata
Soirees from south: Sanjay Reddy
A mixed year for Bollywood
Television Spring: Andy Jacobs
The opportunity and challenges of taking Indian TV content overseas: Gaurav Gandhi
International business is growth area for players with long-term plans: Bharat Ranga
Advertising to grow 8% in 2012: Shashi Sinha
New opportunities via satellites: Deepak Mathur
Let’s differentiate 'News' from ‘Views' channels: Mahendra Mishra
Year of flux for English movie channels: Sunder Aaron
Destroying myths in English movie chnnl space: Ajay Trigunayat
Coming Soon- A Tsunami of Creativity: Jagdish Kumar
Building leagues and searching for life beyond cricket
Carving out a space for independent agencies: Raghu Bhat
Sports broadcasting at the crossroads of survival and glory: Atul Pande
10 Key trends in the movie biz : Siddharth Roy Kapur
When creative entrepreneurship saw a renaissance: KV Sridhar
Fresh opportunities for Prasar Bharati
Size does not matter: Priti Nair
Infotainment & lifestyle genre in a new wave of evolution
Getting ready for the next growth phase: Rahul Johri
2011: Defining year for the music genre
2011: Pure music, regional key trends: Punit Pandey
Eutelsat, Es'hailSat select Arianespace for satellite
France Telecom-Orange, Publicis, Iris create VC fund for digital economy
Panasonic launches Smart Viera HDTVs in the US
Harud cleared by Censors, to release in April
First Bengali science thriller Jole Jonngole to be remade in Hindi
Controversy in salary of Max Mueller at Rome fest
Oprah gets DVF Awards honour
Michael to kick off London Asia Film Fest
Mumbai Mantra collaborates with Sundance Institute
Electrocution claims a life on the sets of Son of Sardar
UTV to screen Paan Singh Tomar for I&B Ministry
News Releases

TIMES NOW affirms leadership with Mandate 2012

Prime Focus Technologies expands global horizons to South Africa

FoodFood launches CEO Brunch on Sundays

TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (19/02/2012 to 25/02/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (19/01/2012 to 25/02/2012)
Star Plus
Sony Entertainment TV
Zee TV
Star Cricket
Star Gold
Sun TV
Life OK
Imagine TV
Zee Cinema
Star Pravah
Sahara One
Gemini TV
Maa Telugu
ETV Marathi
Star Jalsha
Source: www.indiantelevision.com
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Consumers can now demand any TV channel
  • Social media outcry over ‘Facebook blackout'
  • Infosys inks deal with Glaxo for digital marketing
  • Twitter acquires mobile blogging firm Posterous
  • Yahoo! accuses Facebook of patent infringement
    Source: Hindu Business Line
  • No definite data on loss to film industry due to piracy: government
  • Prasar Bharati's operational cost rises, so does its revenues
  • 200 million Indians have no TV, phone or radio
  • Soon, consumers will have right to demand any TV channel
  • Watch out Facebook, Twitter. Here comes Pinterest.
  • Yahoo sues Facebook for infringing 10 patents
  • Twitter buys mobile blogging startup Posterous
    Source: Economic Times
  • Yahoo files lawsuit against Facebook for patent violation
    Source: Hindu
  • Intel developing internet-based TV service: Report
    Source: Times of India
  • DigiVive launches new live TV service
    Source: moneycontrol
  • Dish buys two satellite operators
  • Hulu takes first step towards going global
  • Yum mum Mandira Bedi returns as TV host
    Source: Hindustan Times
  • Percept bags Ditto TV's creative mandate
    Source: medianewsline
  • Yahoo sues Facebook for infringing 10 patents
  • I&B ministry opens account on Facebook
    Source: Financial Express
  • I&B Ministry launches Facebook Account for Digitalization
    Source: pib.nic.in
  • Paan Singh Tomar's special screening for I&B Ministry
  • Kalki to star alongside Ranbir in 'Ye Jawani Hai Deewani'
    Source: Indian Express
  • Consumers' right on TV channel
  • Yahoo! sues Facebook for infringing patents
    Source: Business Standard
  • Download CentralMarvel ARComic books come alive
    Source: Livemint
    International News
  • Bravo Names VP of Scripted Development and Production
    Source: TV Week
  • Walmart unveils UltraViolet disc-to-digital service
  • Ericsson buys Technicolor broadcast
    Source: Advanced Television
  • Twitter in Locog tie-up to prevent ambush marketing
    Source: Media Week
  • Intel's virtual cable TV effort: Reality check ?
    Source: Cnet
  • Walmart will convert DVDs to digital
    Source: USA Today
  • Prime Focus shifts accent to global markets; cash in on digitisation boom
    Source: mydigitalfc
  • Dutch digital connections top six million
    Source: digitalproductionme
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