8 May 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 34 - Issue No: 64
MSOs to be permitted 74% FDI: Jatua

MSOs taking up digitisation with addressability will be allowed 74% FDI, says Jatua; I&B has worked with Trai certain terms to take care of security related concerns.

Aamir Khan's show set to change television

The Aamir Khan show is using various media outlets to get the message of Satyameva Jayate out: television, print, Internet, social media and public interactions.COMMENT!

Jannat 2 collects Rs 240.5 mn in opening weekend

After a good start, Jannat 2 fails to better its opening day collections; Housefull 2 nets Rs 1.15 bn in four weeks.BOX OFFICE!

FoodFood launches Namaste Breakfast
Abu Dhabi Media & BSkyB's news channel for ME & North Africa kicks off
Sri Lanka Cricket signs new deal with Somerset Entertainment Ventures
Disney Channel to air Beauty and the Beast on 12 May
Comcast to offload substantial stake in A&E
Spice brings TV live on mobile
Discovery to acquire digital video provider Revision3
Lionsgate to release The Hunger Games in China
The Avengers grosses $ 151.5 mn in 52 territories
Alibaba in negotiations to buy back shares from Yahoo
Defunct Bombay Talkies reopens after 58 years
The Avengers collects Rs 246.7 mn in first week
Wave Cinemas opens multiplex in Haridwar
Ekta Kapoor requests KFCC to withdraw clearance of The Dirty Picture in Kannada
Fortissimo Films acquires international rights of Miss Lovely
PVR Pictures’ Shanghai to premiere at IIFA
News Releases

PTC Punjabi to kick start auditions for Voice of Punjab season 3

Swarathma gets rest less with bindass

TABcab launches Taxi Ads

Animal planet celebrates mother's day with moms of the wild

Blu-Ray and DVDs of Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol out

TV Ratings

Top 10 Programmes (22/04/2012 to 28/04/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (22/04/2012 to 28/04/2012)
Z Zee TV
Star Plus
Colors Viacom18
Sun TV
Z Cinema
Life OK
Star Pravah
Star Gold
Star Jalsha

Source: www.indiantelevision.com
Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • Zee Entertainment Enterprises: Buy
  • Despite positive reception, Star may lose money on Satyamev Jayate
    Source: Hindu Business Line
  • Facebook buys mobile discovery startup Glancee
  • Google infringed on some Oracle Java copyright: US Jury
  • PVR to enhance film distribution by 20 per cent in FY13
  • Mamata Banerjee told Hillary Clinton to jointly develop entertainment industry
  • Rs 100 cr proposal for DD international channel sent to Plan panel: I&B ministry
  • The Avengers smashes domestic revenue record with $200.3 million debut
    Source: Economic Times
  • Television stars' reel to real bonding
    Source: DNA
  • Does IPL work for advertisers?
    Source: Financial Express
  • Satyamev Jayate hits the heart!
  • KBC goes big down South
  • Aman Verma back with Khullja Sim Sim
    Source: Times of India
  • Pandit Ravishankar gets Tagore award
    Source: Hindu
  • Murdoch's Fox TV licenses seen surviving UK scandal
    Source: First Post
  • Siddharth bags remake rights of Vicky Donor
  • I am not keen on becoming Rajya Sabha member: Aamir Khan
    Source: Indian Express
    International News
  • CBS's Moonves Is Offered a Production Deal
    Source: TV Week
  • US cable launches connected awareness campaign
  • LG set for May Google TV launch
    Source: Advanced Television
  • Sky News Arabia launches across the Arab World
    Source: AME Info
  • Sly Bailey to step down as CEO of Trinity Mirror
    Source: Media Week
  • ABC News, Univision to launch news network
    Source: Newsday
  • Dish Profit Beats Analysts' Projections on TV-Subscriber Growth
    Source: Bloomberg
  • Coyotes aim to eliminate Predators on TSN, TSN Mobile TV
    Source: TSN
  • MasterChef suffers worst launch in four series
    Source: NEWS.com.au
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