17 May 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 72
 
 
 
 
Headlines
Dish TV Q4 net loss widens due to rupee swings

Dish TV's net loss at Rs 490 million is hurt by forex loss of Rs 65 million; subscriber additions slow while ARPU is up by just 1% to Rs 153.

Aamir Khan's debut TV show Satyamev Jayate opens with 4.1 TVR

Advertisers find the aggregate ratings decent as the first episode on female foeticide reaches out to 27 mn viewers; Star Plus gets 3 TVR.

37 TV channels fail to become operational: Jatua

The licence of 5 of these has been cancelled; 681 TV channels operational till April out of 825 that have got government nod, says Jatua.

 
 
ABC unveils 10 new shows for 2012-13 prime time schedule
 
Warren Buffett buys shares in Viacom
 
Murdoch aide Rebekah Brooks charged in hacking scandal
 
Aiba signs Argentina as a WSB franchisee
 
Media Pro slaps legal notice on GTPL link operator
 
Isobar is facebook preferred marketing developer
 
OLX India launches iPad and iPhone app
 
 
3D helps Warner Bros cross $1 bn overseas
Rome Fest explains pushing of dates move
Three film personalities to head jury of La Rochelle Film Fest
 
Facebook ups IPO price range
 
YRF's Y-Films launches third film
 
Anil Kapoor's docu bags Gold at New York fest
 
Eros’ film to be shot in Fiji
 
Mrinal Sen’s next is a sci-fi comedy
 
Dhulia to Indianise Shakespeare's Hamlet
 
Love Lies And Seeta releasing on 18 May
 
News Releases

Godrej Appliances takes the 'One Watt Campaign' to the youth

Chirag Shah joins Seventynine

 
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

 
 
Source: www.indiantelevision.com
 
 
 
 
 
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Aamir Khan's small-screen debut in Satyamev Jayate a smashing hit; ad rates higher than KBC's
  • Facebook IPO may now mop up $18 billion
  • TimesDeal registers record 70,000 deals in a day
  • Google launches Good To know in Indian languages
    Source: Economic Times
       
  • Google launches online safety campaign 'Good to Know'
    Source: Hindu Business Line
       
  • Results improve, but subscriber additions slow at Dish TV
    Source: Livemint
       
  • TV channel alleges 'murky deals' in IPL
    Source: DNA
       
  • BCCI begins probe into IPL spot-fixing scandal
    Source: First Post
       
  • Sun TV acquires Naan Ee TV rights
    Source: Galatta
       
  • TV advertisers blast Trai's advertisement regulations
    Source: India Today
       
  • Facebook boosts size of IPO by 25%, could top $16 bn
  • Reliance MediaWorks Q4 net loss narrows to R126.24 crore
    Source: Financial Express
       
  • Arasu Cable to go digital in Chennai
  • Reliance MediaWorks Q4 net loss narrows to Rs 126 cr
    Source: Business Standard
       
  • India's proposal for government control of Internet to be discussed in Geneva
  • Keep off IPL, Maken tells BCCI
    Source: Hindu
       
  • Entertainment galore on BIG CBS PRIME
  • Aamir Khan fails to beat Amitabh Bachchan
  • 'Balika Vadhu' celebrates 1,000th episode
    Source: Times of India
       
  • Michael Jackson's costumes to go on world tour
  • My serial not based on Madhubala love life: Producer
  • Yash Raj Films to remake 'Kahaani' in English
    Source: Indian Express
     
    International News
  • CBS Unveils Fall Schedule, Adds Four New Series to Lineup
    Source: TV Week
       
  • UK anti-piracy regulations set for June
  • ITV launches Euro 2012 digital offering
    Source: Advanced Television
       
  • CNBC Africa Celebrates Five Years of Broadcasting
    Source: allafrica.com
       
  • Center Parcs TV ad banned
    Source: Media Week
  • BBC reveals digital Olympics plans
    Source: Rapid TV News
       
  • Indigenous groups push for digital TV channel
    Source: abc.net
       
  • Digital TV switchover moving forward
    Source: westcoastsentinel
       
  • The Fight Over TV Is A Fight For Platform Power
    Source: Forbes
     
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