3 January 2018 | Volume 70 - Issue No: 36   Facebook Twitter YouTube YouTube
Regulators | TRAI
TRAI tightens the screws on interconnectivity for telcos
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a mandate to service providers directing them to enter into an interconnection agreement on a "non-discriminatory basis" within 30 days of receiving a connectivity request from another mobile operator.
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Regulators | I&B Ministry
Cross-media holding: Indian policymakers push for regulations
A section of policymakers in India is not in favour of market forces taking care of monopolistic trends in the increasingly converging print and electronic media. It has recommended government intervention-a thought-process that can have wide-ranging implications on activities of broadcasting companies, MSOs and even LCOs if put into action.
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Television | TV Channels
Star Bharat continues leading Hindi GECs across genres
Star India's free-to-air (FTA) Hindi GEC Star Bharat continued its leadership in the genre in Broadcast Audience Research Council's (BARC) list of top-10 channels across genres in week 51 of 2017 (Saturday, 16 December 2017 to Friday, 22 December 2017) for the third week in a row.
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MAM | Media and Advertising
2017 - The year of long-format ads
It's the beginning of a new year! We are pumped up and optimistic about the year ahead and what new challenges it will throw up for the ever-changing, dynamic, uncertain and fast-evolving advertising industry. But what we are assured of is that we will continue to see some fascinating, some magnificent and a few lousy ads thrown in here and there in 2018 as well.
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- Q3 results of telecom companies to see impact of MTC cut: Reports
- Indian telcos must think about monetisation of 5G technology now: Aircel CMO
  Source: ETTelecom.com
- Stop Treating TV as a Silo and Other Things I Want to See From Smart TV Boxes in 2018
  Source: NDTV
- Mafia of overhead cable maze
  Source: Telegraph India
- Trai issues interconnect rules, fixes stiff fine for violation
  Source: ET
- Telcos may post weak Q3 on cut in interconnect usage charges
  Source: Livemint
- Reliance Jio signs deal to buy RCom's wireless assets
  Source: Medianama
- Mewar Royal Questions CBFC Over Clearance To Padmavati
  Source: : News18
- Indian Premier League 2018: After bagging media rights for IPL 2018, Star Sports to broadcast IPL retention live
  Source: : Newsx
- Malayalam documentary on the Emergency denied certificate by CBFC
  Source: : Indian Express
- David Attenborough: I'll retire if my work becomes substandard
- Trump's attacks against a biased liberal media obscure one fact: it doesn't exist

Source: The Guardian

- Help Wanted: Amazon, ESPN Hunt for New CEOs
- Twitter Suspends Former Sheriff David Clarke Over Media Attacks

Source: Variety

- Spotify faces $1.6 billion lawsuit from music publisher alleging copyright infringement
- Facebook, not Twitter, will live stream this year's Golden Globes' red carpet pre-show

Source: Techcrunch

- Return to New Year's Day Boosts ESPN Bowl Games
- Emerson Coleman Upped to SVP of Programming at Hearst Television

Source: Broadcasting Cable

- Starz goes dark on Altice in first big carriage battle of 2018
- Comcast already on pace to spend $50B on networks, despite Title II rollback promise

Source: Fierce Cable

- New Year, New Trump Attacks on Media
- NBC News Names Kotb to Replace Lauer on 'Today'
  Source: Multichannel
- Game of Thrones remains most torrented TV show
- Could Apple acquire Netflix?

Source: Tvb Europe

- Israel's Spacecom expands deal for satellite service to Nepal

Source: Reuters

Movies | Hindi
Zee Studios International's Secret Superstar hits it big in Taiwan
Zee Studios International has collected $700,681 from its release of Aamir Khan-starrer Secret Superstar in Taiwan, making the movie the widest Bollywood film in the country. The film, which also features Zaira Wasim, lit up the box office in India.
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Movies | Hollywood
Special screening of Maharaja Duleep Hollywood biopic at Cannes
Even though no Indian feature film has been selected for the 70th Festival de Cannes this year, an award-winning historic film biopic on the poignant life story of the last King of Punjab - Maharajah Duleep Singh.
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Piyush Pandey believes doing great stuff on digital is crucial
Specials | Years Enders
Making the news: A look at what news broadcasters did in 2017
Specials | Years Enders
Guest Column: The comeback of full-service agencies in India
Specials | Years Enders
Guest column: Taking Indian content to the global market
Specials | Years Enders
Kids genre grows on TV despite digital onslaught
Specials | Years Enders
The year of sex scandals
Specials | Years Enders
Guest Column: How 2018 could become a landmark year for OTT entertainment in India
Specials | Years Enders
The year the telecom sector quaked
Specials | Years Enders
The year of big switch in sports broadcasting
iWorld | OTT
'Behind The Scenes' of film butterfly crosses 1 million views in less than a week!
Television | TV Channels
LaLiga's most passionate derby 'The El Gran Derbi'
iWorld | OTT
The Quint partners with MP Dr Shashi Tharoor to make stalking a non-bailable offence
Regulators | TRAI
TRAI tightens the screws on interconnectivity for telcos
MAM | Media and Advertising
Paritosh Srivastava appointed COO of Publicis Beehive
Regulators | TRAI
Parliamentary panel pushes for TRAI's empowerment
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