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DLF Cup: Zee Sports ups coverage ante
Zee Sports has introduced special features to enhance cricket viewing experience for the on-going Abu Dhabi series.

 
 

Plus is all India 'star' in GECs, Sun shines too: IRS
Star Plus is the 2nd most watched channel in 2006 in the All India market, just behind DD1. Sun TV too makes its presence felt: IRS.

Radio Mirchi launches in Hyderabad
After launching in Bangalore and Jaipur on 18 April, Radio Mirchi has now made its debut in Hyderabad.

'Dance Fever' comes on Star World this May

IIFA kicks off in Dubai on 14 June; Star Plus to t'cast

China-Venezuela pact for training, program exchange

CNN Intl initiative looks at tech innovations of future

UK TV software exports up by 21% in 2005 to £632 mn

Mike Phillips returns to BBC Worldwide

BBC brings adaptation of the Bronte classic 'Jane Eyre'

FremantleMedia expands UK home entertainment team

Banff TV Festival to honour 'Crash' director Paul Haggis

Former Disney honcho Eisner turns attention to IPTV

TSA, IBF launch interactive badminton game

Nick Intl acquires show from an Irish animation firm


Highlight - Interview with Rajeev Khandelwal
Himmesh bares all on Filmy
Sachin Sharma back with Aroona Irani's new show
Shanno... no shaadi yet!
Interview with Divya Dutta
" I spend a lot on books, music and movies!" - Mansi Parekh
Grapevine - War for news...and how!
The Week Ahead - Sing along with the wizards of wit

Telly Scope
More power to Aamir and other bleeding heart liberals

News Releases
CNBC-TV18’s Banking Industry Vector Series in Mumbai

Zee Marathi asserts good show by 'Wadalvaat'
Vijay TV announces on-ground event 'Iruvar'

TV Ratings
Top 10 Programmes (02/04/2006 to 08/04/2006)
Doordarshan's Top 10
Top 10 In All TV Homes
Top 10 in Cable & Satellite Homes

Top 100 Programmes (02/04/2006 to 08/04/2006)
Star Plus
DD1
Star One
Sun TV
Sahara One
Zee TV
Sony Entertainment
MAX
Gemini TV

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Today's Newsbreakers.......India
Tata-Sky to hire 4,000 before DTH launch
Internet plays bigger role in life decisions
Dealing with ‘click fraud’
  Source:Financial Express
   
Kolkata: STAR channels remain off the air
Stars redefine roles, but has media lost the plot?
  Source: Indian Express
   
Kajol, Jatin-Lalit to play judges on Indian Idol 2
  Source: Hindustan Times
   
Super Singer Madurai audition
  Source: Chennai Online
   
Radio Mirchi goes on air in Hyderabad
  Source: Times of India
   
The people connection
Travelling Film Festival kicks off on April 21
  Source:Business Standard
   
Aamna- Surveen cold war
Who's that guy, Kanchi?
Amit bids adieu to Kyunki
Ram Kapoor's marathon shoot
Kahaani serial ki
  Source:Mid-day
 
`Rs 63 lakh loss in entertainment duty'
DTH space heats up
Jagran Prakashan net rises
VSNL lines up investment to dish out broadband
Bharatmatrimony ties up with Dept of Posts
  Source: The Hindu Business Line
   
Rush hour with Rushali
Yahoo profit falls, but revenue surges
Getting soapy again
Mumbai filmmaker wins Michael Moore award
Decisions in life are ruled by Internet
Rocket hits TV station compound in Kabul
  Source:DNA
   
Radio Mirchi 95 FM Hyderabad goes on air
Indians on F1 track record
Flip-flop's the name of the game
  Source: Economic Times
   
'American Idol' TV show gives stars big boost
Pursuing the Gandhian way of journalism
Support for Manipur journalists
TV artist held for Vaishnavi's death
  Source: The Hindu
International News
News Corp. buying stake in jobs search engine
Telefonica, Lucent sign broadband TV deal
Liberty Media sees revenue growth in 2006
  Source: Reuters
   
Record year for exports of British TV shows
'Reunited' website to become TV quiz show
  Source:Scotsman
   
Companies warn about EU broadcasting rules
  Source: Business Week
   
Al Jazeera International announces on-screen talent for its American Broadcast Centre
  Source:AME Info
   
CBC Licenses Content for Online Distribution
  Source: www.broadcastermagazine.com
   
AT&T joins with Akimbo to offer TV over the Internet
  Source:www.siliconvalley.com
   
Two-way IPTV broadcast celebrates Earth Day
  Source:www.linuxworld.com.au
   
Mags Use New Video Platforms To Become TV Channels
  Source:Media Post
   
Korea's Terrestrial DMB Coupled with CAS to Be Launched in Germany
  Source: Korea IT News
BBC World Gears Up to Launch 24-7 News Channel in U.S.
HBO Renews 'Big Love'
Peden Promoted to Senior VP of Sales for Univision
  Source:TV Week
   
SINGAPORE: S'pore to host CNN's global science chat show
CHINA: New rules 'aimed at tightening local media'
  Source:Asia Media
   
Poll: Web plays bigger role in life decisions
  Source:CNN International
   
A&E Upfront: CEO Raven to Invest $500 Mil. in New Programming; iTunes Deal on the Way
NBC, Affiliates Form National Broadband Co.
  Source: Media Week (US)
   
Ofcom lifts pay TV ban on DTT multiplexes
TCM confirms spinoff channel launch
ITV launches new advertising platform
Sky launches TV entertainment festival
Sky launches second casino channel
  Source: Digital Spy (UK)
   
BBC podcasts religious programmes
  Source: DM Europe
   
Intelsat reports $325m loss
  Source:Advanced - Television

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