21 May 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 75
Dish TV not looking for equity funding in first phase of digitisation

Dish TV expects fresh need to be Rs 4.5 bn in first phase of digitisation but has cash of Rs 3.6 bn and can arrange bank funding; earlier paid for 1.2 mn STBs.

Aegis Media aims at widening profits in 2012

After breaking even in 2011, agency aims at doubling growth from each of its biz verticals in India. Doosra to focus on quality rather than volume work, says Ashish Bhasin.

Hathway narrows Q4 net loss to Rs 67.9 mn

Net sales from operations up 16.3% to Rs 1.4 bn; in FY'12, net loss widens to Rs 501.9 mn on net sales of Rs 5.1 bn.

Copyright Bill gets Rajya Sabha's stamp of approval
MTV to launch Coke Studio@MTV Season 2 in July
TLC brings Hairy Bikers: Mum Knows Best! from 23 May
WWE in TV deal in Turkey
CBS unveils prime time schedule at programme upfront
USA Network expands comedy slate, dives into reality
Hemisphere Capital raises $100 mn in fresh funding round
FoodFood now available on Videocon d2h
Hyderabad-based Corpus Media gears up for digitisation
Jackie Chan retires as action star
Tajikistan bans The Dictator
What's-On-India launches EPG for social TV
3D International, ThreeD Holograms to boost 3D images
YRF to co-produce Nicole Kidman-starrer 'Grace of Monaco'

UTV Spotboy to release Kai Po Che! on 11 Jan
Devgn’s making film on female foeticide
Anupam Kher, Jayaprada to produce Hindi version of Pranayam
Videocon continues to be sponsor of IIFA
Maker of science programmes turns to Bollywood
News Releases

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TV Ratings

Top 10 Programmes (06/05/2012 to 12/05/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (06/05/2012 to 12/05/2012)
Star Plus
Z Zee TV
Colors Viacom18
Sun TV
Life OK
Disney Channel
Star Pravah
Z Cinema
ETV Marathi
Star Jalsha
Star Gold

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Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Facebook to lift ban on under-13s joining social network site?
  • How Pixar managed to salvage Toy Story 2 after nearly deleting the animation
    Source: Economic Times
  • TV Today may hog limelight on stake buy
  • ’IPL is like reality TV show with all the colours’
    Source: Hindu Business Line
  • Google gets China's nod for Motorola purchase
  • Twitter blocked in several parts of Pakistan
  • Facebook shares could fall below IP-*123`2-GFDSAO price: Barron's
  • Yash Raj Films to produce Nicole Kidman-starrer Grace of Monaco
  • Facebook builds network of lawmakers
    Source: Business Standard
  • Google's campaign in Indian languages
    Source: Hindu
  • Not planning to spin off UK newspapers: Murdoch
  • India to set up body to attract international film makers
    Source: Financial Express
  • Shakuntalam reopens to retrospective of Bhupen Hazarika films
  • Hip-hop bhangra band RDB to open studio in India
  • Game of TV shows
    Source: DNA
  • Airtel digital TV launches iEnglish
    Source: Greater Kashmir
  • Star TV’s Celebrate Bollywood reveal their logo
    Source: Bollyspice.com
  • TV industry's smitten by social networking sites
  • Mollywood actors take to the small screen
  • SRK's 'Devdas' in 3D!
    Source: Times of India
    International News
  • Joy News channel, Actionaid to promote women's right
    Source: Myjoyonline.com
  • Turkey's D-Smart seals WWE TV deal
    Source: Rapid tv news
  • Channel Ten news reporter Hamish MacDonald given his own late-night talk show after The Project appearances
    Source: Herald Sun
  • YouTube launching food channel with TV veterans
    Source: Chicago Daily Herald
  • Charter adding 20 HD channels
    Source: Midland Daily News
  • TV Networks Hope Familiar Faces Bring Viewers To New Fall Shows
    Source: NPR
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