23 March 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 26

FIPB defers Network18's proposal to get FDI for publishing biz

Network18's proposal for publishing business deferred by FIPB; Cellcast Interactive's proposal to set up 3 non-news and current affairs TV channels put on hold.

Dish TV promoters pledge 5.6% shares

Shares worth Rs 3.35 bn pledged with IDBI Trusteeship Services; Essel Corporate Resources, a promoter group company, pledges 60 mn shares, representing 5.63% stake.

Disney, Mumbai Indians in licensing pact

Mukesh Ambani-owned IPL franchise inks licensing deal to launch co-branded merchandise targeted at under-14 kids segment, which will be sold in 5,000 Reliance retail outlets.

Oggy and the Cockroaches to move from Nick to CN in Q4
Scripps acquires Travel Channel International for £65 mn
Sahara appoints Ganguly as Pune Warriors India captain
Panini Media to showcase 'Signs' at MipTV
FCC commissioners Clyburn, McDowell to address Nab Show
Trai to come out with guidelines on unified licensing, spectrum auction
Ibibo.com creates game based on Kahaani
Sony integrates with Bigflix+ for its product offerings
Jessica Biel in Hitchock film
Malaysia govt. to give 30 % initiative to films shot in the country
NDS, DoxTV deliver push VoD, HD DVR services to OCN
Fifa goes digital with YouTube channel
CCI wants release of films not to be held up by exhibitors & distributors
Six films on 1971 liberation war in Bangladesh film fest
Sharada to receive AP govt’s NTR award
Marathi version of No Entry in offing
World premiere of Chittagong at IFFLA
News Releases

YRF Home Entertainment releases home video of Antardwand

TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (04/03/2012 to 10/03/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (04/03/2012 to 10/03/2012)
Sony Entertainment TV
Star Plus
Zee TV
Star Cricket
Life OK
Sun TV
Star Gold
Zee Cinema
Imagine TV
Star Pravah
Gemini TV
Sahara One
Star Jalsha
ETV Marathi
Zee Telugu
Source: www.indiantelevision.com
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Google Chrome top browser for first time
  • HC clears decks for release of 'Agent Vinod'
  • 'Agent Vinod' revenues won't be affected by Pakistan ban: Saif Ali Khan
  • Titanic-3D hits screen on 100th anniversary of ship disaster
  • Music industry upbeat over HC order on online piracy
    Source: Economic Times
  • Microsoft to add ‘spark' to its Windows; ties up with incubators
  • Raj TV bucks trend, gains 5%
  • Music industry optimistic HC order will curb online piracy
  • TRAI proposal to cut ad time irks TV channels
    Source: Hindu Business Line
  • Sony tablets to get Android 4.0 in April
    Source: themobileindian
  • Mumbai, Delhi TV viewers suffer in DTH-cable war
    Source: ibnlive
  • Most televisions will be wired for internet by 2016
    Source: Hindustan Times
  • TRAI proposal to cut ad duration has media industry up in arms
    Source: domain-b
  • Messi's footwork part of anti-Syria conspiracy: Syrian TV channel
    Source: DNA
  • Cinema retargets summer crowd
    Source: Business Standard
  • Kailash Kher to perform in Pakistan
    Source: Times of India
  • 'Avatar' did help us in making 'Titanic 3D': Jon
  • 'Portrayal of Saif, Kareena in 'Agent Vinod' unconventional'
    Source: Indian Express
    International News
  • Pioneering TV Producer Dead at 92
    Source: TV Week
  • LOVEFiLM streaming overtakes DVD
  • Scripps Networks buys Travel Channel
    Source: Advanced Television
  • NME partners Jack Daniel's J.D.Roots in search of Britain's Best Small Venue
    Source: Media Week
  • Bloomberg TV Shifts Focus to Digital
    Source: WSJ
  • Apple TV, Google TV Reliability Worse Than Rivals
    Source: informationweek
  • Quotas move for matches on free-to-air TV
    Source: theage
  • China's CCTV Selects Ericsson for 3D Channel
  • Cable Spectrum Deal Gets Hill Hearing
    Source: broadcastingcable
  • BBC's top executive Thompson to step down
    Source: gulfnews
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