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Demonetisation: Naidu claims there's no slump in TV/film industry

NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minister M Venkaiah Naidu has denied reports of any slump in the entertainment industry because of demonetisation. Naidu said he had seen reports in the media but had not received any representations from any section of the television or film industry to the...

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BARC Week 51: Nick leads genre; Doraemon tops programme list

MUMBAI: Week 51 saw Viacom 18’s Nick staying strong in its top position as per Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India’s all India (U+R) data in NCCS All 4-14 Individuals category. The channel has bagged a  70721 (000s sums) ratings, followed by Turner International’s Cartoon Network with...

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TRAI violations query: Reliance Jio mum on 'response'

MUMBAI: Reliance Jio chose not to respond to queries regarding its reply to TRAI that was expected today (29 December) in connection with questions raised against alleged violations in extending its free offer till 31 March 2017 much beyond its introductory offer. After two emailed queries and...

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Star Movies Action exits; AXN dominates English Entertainment genre

MUMBAI: Star Movies Action, after its debut in week 50 data, made an exit in this week’s ratings making way for the entry of Movies Now 2. The English movies genre witnessed an increase in its viewership led by Sony Pix. The channels in the English entertainment genre witnessed mixed ratings with...

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India-Eng test catalyses Star Sports' top viewership

MUMBAI: Star Sports Network continued its domination over Broadcast Audience Research Council (India) ratings in the penultimate week of the year. The 51-week data for the sports genre placed Star Sports 3 on the top spot in the channels’ ratings, to be followed by Star Sports 1. It is clear that...

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Malayalam KBC 'Ningalkkum Aakam Kodeeswaran' S4 on Asianet

BENGALURU: Star India’s Malayalam GEC Asianet is all set to start airing season 4 of the Malayalam version of the popular game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? or Ningalkkum Aakam Kodeeswaran (NAK) from 9 January 2016 onward at the 930 pm primetime slot from Monday to Thursday. The one hour show...

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Guest Column: The new gods of digital newsrooms

Modern journalism began in the early 1600s, triggered, as any new vocation or market usually is, by technology, ie, the invention of the printing press. At first, a very crude community narrow-sheet was born, which was circulated to a few households in the vicinity. It took almost a hundred years...

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Its checkmate time with 'Pawn Sacrifice' on MN+ on last day of 2016

MUMBAI: Times Network’s premium HD English movie channel MN+ is to premiere the biographical drama film Pawn Sacrifice 31 December at 1 pm with a repeat telecast at 9 pm.

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Sony Six/HD, SonyLiv to broadcast Chennai Open live

MUMBAI: Aircel Chennai Open has tied up with Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) as the official broadcast partner for its upcoming edition. The tournament is starting on 2 January 2017 and will be hosted at the SDAT Tennis Stadium in Nungambakkam.

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