15 May 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 70
 
 
 
 
Headlines
Trai caps TV ad breaks at 12 minutes per hour

Minimum time gap between two consecutive ad breaks not to be less than 15 minutes while in case of movies it is 30 minutes; ads during live broadcast of sporting event can be only during breaks in sporting action.

Consumer redressal cells have to act within 8 hours for DAS services: Trai

MSO or LCO will have to set up a complaint centre which will be active from 8 am to midnight, says Trai in its QoS regulations for DAS services; centre to have facilities in Hindi, English and local language of the area.

Ishqzaade nets Rs 159 in opening weekend

Dangerous Ishq 3D nets Rs 37 mn in first weekend; Housefull 2 collects Rs 1.17 bn in 5 weeks.BOX OFFICE!

 
 
Colors airs Jai Shri Krishna at 10.30 am on Sundays
 
BCCI softens stand on Sri Lanka Premier League
 
Contempt petition against PCI chairman Katju
 
BBC unveils coverage plans for Euro 2012
 
Endemol announces senior appointments
 
Lionsgate partners with TV entrepreneur Simon Fuller
 
New Trai chairman Khullar says he faces "onerous responsibility"
 
Rahul Khullar set to take over as Trai chairman
 
Pepsi releases football game for Xbox Live
 
 
News Corp picks up 19.9% stake in China's Bona Film
Cinedigm acquires New Video for $ 14 million
The Avengers amasses $95.4 million in 3rd week
 
Lionsgate launches YouTube channel for fitness
 
Orange brings free social TV app to UK
 
UTV to release Arjun: The Warrior Prince on 25 May
 
Cannes fest to be mix of glamour and Cinema this year
 
Vinay Shukla is FWAI president
 
Marathi film industry celebrates centenary
 
8 film projects selected in inaugural Mumbai Mantra/Sundance Institute Screenwriter Lab
 
Tigmanshu Dhulia making film on Begum Samru
 
News Releases

‘Dangerous Ishhq’ opens in 539 UFO Digital Theatres

Sera Bangali honors 13 progressive Bengalis who said no to negativity!!!

 
TV Ratings

Top 10 Programmes (29/04/2012 to 05/05/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes


Top 100 Programmes (29/04/2012 to 05/05/2012)
Z Zee TV
SONY MAX
Star Plus
Colors Viacom18
SONY ENTERTAINMENT TV
SONY SAB
Sun TV
Star Pravah
Z Cinema
VIJAY
Life OK
POGO
GEMINI
Star Gold
Star Jalsha
Sahara One

 
 
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Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Facebook raises IPO range to $34-$39 a share, targets $12.1 bn: Source
  • 'Department' focuses on conflict of interest in police department
  • ET NOW & Capgemini announce launch of 'Super Techies Show'
    Source: Economic Times
       
  • Gaming and animation to get a hand up
  • TRAI lays down rules on TV ad breaks...
  • Arasu Cable subscriber base jumps 10-times in six months
  • UPA tenure sees surge in attempts on media curbs
    Source: Hindu Business Line
       
  • Arasu Cable to go digital in the city
    Source: Hindu
       
  • Broadcasters, CBFC battle it out over television certification
    Source: Bollywood Hungama
       
  • TV channel alleges 'murky deals' in IPL
  • Cable operator to address complaints within 8 hours: TRAI rules
    Source: DNA
       
  • Khullar takes over as new Trai chairman
  • Trai caps TV ad duration at 12 mins
  • Trai favours lowering FDI cap in telecom tower cos to 74%
    Source: Business Standard
       
  • Trai regulates TV ads despite opposition
  • Rahul Khullar assumes charge as Trai chairman
    Source: Financial Express
       
  • I&B ministry, CBFC meet filmmakers for TV guidelines
  • IPL spot-fixing: After TV sting, BCCI says it won't tolerate corruption
    Source: Times of India
       
  • TV channel alleges 'murky deals' in IPL
    Source: Asian Age
       
  • TV sting entraps cricketers, throws shadow over IPL
  • 'Avengers' set to join highest grossing movie club
  • Pvt firm to publish calendars based on Yash Raj films
    Source: Indian Express
     
    International News
  • CBS Cancels Long-Running Drama, Orders Seven New Shows
    Source: TV Week
       
  • Orange confirms Al Jazeera sport switch
  • Channel 4 reports £40m loss
    Source: Advanced Television
       
  • BBC Four reflects on Television Centre
    Source: atvtoday
       
  • 'Britain's Got Talent' final draws double the audience of 'The Voice'
    Source: Media Week
  • Sky TV announces Olympic coverage details
    Source: stuff.co.nz
       
  • Viewers point antennas for digital TV channels
    Source: sunherald
       
  • Univision preps digital network for summer launch
    Source: rapidtvnews
       
  • BSkyB, ESPN vie to win broadcast rights for EPL soccer
    Source: myfoxdfw
     
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