26 Nov 2012 Newsletter Subscription Email this Page Volume 36 - Issue No: 29
 
 
 
 
 
Headlines
IMCL in talks with PE firms to raise $75 mn

Hinduja-owned IndusInd Media and Communications mandates Ernst & Young to find an investor; needs Rs 6 billion to fund second phase of digitisation.

ESPN Star Sports eyes Rs 1.6 bn ad rev from Indo-Pak series

ESS plays hard ball with advertisers for the blockbuster series; media agencies find asking rate of Rs 800,000 per 10 sec spot for ODIs and Rs 1 million for T20 too high.

NDTV firm on legal pursuit against TAM

New York Supreme Court is expected to give out its verdict on whether complaint filed by NDTV holds jurisdiction in the US by mid Jan; NDTV to pursue case in India if need be.

 
Amitabh Srivastava joins AIB as regional head in South Asia
 
History TV18 remembers 26/11 tragedy with specials
 
Pogo to air its first live action movie on 25 Nov
 
Blocking of international broadcasts & internet services rise
 
NBA's new promotions in China with CCTV
 
BBC, HBO announce ‘Family Tree’ co-production
 
Trai gives recommendations on ISP licence agreement
 
 
Odisha born producer to make Hollywood debut
Hollywood films look to appease growing market in China
 
Satellite TV to overtake cable TV rev by 2016: Study
 
Nickelodeon US releases app for Windows 8
 
ITV ownership rules not to change: Ofcom
 
Visiware & Transgaming launch game channel on Dish
 
Goa to build film city within two years: Wagh
 
India named guest country at next year’s Cannes fest
 
Muzzafar Ali mulls film on Persian poet Rumi
 
News Releases

Stars from Movies, Music, TV and Sports Converge on Sunday, on Colors

 
TV Ratings

Top 10 Programmes (27/05/2012 to 02/06/2012)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes


Top 100 Programmes (27/05/2012 to 02/06/2012)
SONY MAX
Star Plus
Z Zee TV
Colors Viacom18
SONY ENTERTAINMENT TV
SONY SAB
Life OK
Sun TV
Star Pravah
Star Jalsha
Disney XD
GEMINI
Star Gold
ETV Marathi
Z Marathi

 
 
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Today's Newsbreakers.......India News
  • ‘Gangnam Style’ becomes YouTube’s most watched video
    Source: Hindu Business Line
       
  • 'Gangnam Style' becomes YouTube's most watched video
  • Amar Ujala owners to buy out DE Shaw stake; eye new investor
  • Govt asks media to do self-introspection on paid news syndrome
  • News media insists BCCI's own rules can end dispute
    Source: Economic Times
       
  • What makes Cinemax a hit?
  • A movie for teenagers to start saving early
    Source: Livemint
       
  • TRAI puts govt’s plan to go for another auction on hold
  • Aamir Khan wanted to play 'Langda Tyagi' in Omkara: Vishal Bhardwaj
    Source: Indian Express
  • Aamir Khan wanted to play 'Langda Tyagi' in Omkara: Vishal Bhardwaj
  • Indian cinema triumphs over Bollywood
  • ‘Self-regulation best way ahead for any film maker’
    Source: Financial Express
       
  • Digital consumption is growing the fastest in India: Vinodh Bhat
  • NY Times CEO Mark Thompson in London for BBC testimony
  • Indian media: In search of a $100-bn dream
  • AXN HD in India is the obvious next step: Sunil Punjabi
    Source: Business Standard
       
  • ‘Gangnam Style’ most watched video on YouTube
    Source: Hindu
       
  • Facebook asked to put a stop to ads
  • 'Kya Hua Tera Vaada' will take a leap soon
  • Ankita Lokhande to quit Pavitra Rishta?
    Source: Times of India
     
    International News
  • Dodgers, Fox Sports talking $6-billion TV deal
    Source: La Times
       
  • Television: Malawi's Luntha TV signs deal with DW-TV, CCTV
    Source: afriquejet
       
  • SSN Broadcasting Rights Issue a Point of Concern for Many CIS Athletes
    Source: Bleacher Report
  • Int'l media group launches digital campaign vs impunity
    Source: gmanetwork
       
  • TV viewers embrace home-grown shows in a big way
    Source: heraldsun
       
  • ABC Takes Friday Night Over Other Networks' Special Programming
    Source: broadwayworld
     
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