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9XM is the no.1 television channel in India

9XM is the No.1 Television channel in India and has crossed yet another milestone by garnering the highest Reach among all the leading GECs and movie channels.

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FTA channel adoption shoots up post TRAI tariff order implementation; pay channels dip

Five weeks into the new TRAI tariff regime, there seems to be some shift in viewership patterns and consumer choices. According to Chrome LIVE data, pay channels witnessed a drop of 24 per cent from week 4 to week 9 in 2019.

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Viacom18 continues period drama experimentation with 'Jhansi ki Rani'

Viacom18 is not one to stay down after one fall. Recently, the network released a periodical historical drama Dastaan-E-Mohobbat on Colors but when it failed to grab eyeballs, it has swiftly decided to replace it with another in the same genre – Jhansi Ki Rani produced by Contiloe Pictures.

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Star India elevates Kevin Vaz as CEO of regional entertainment channels

Star India has promoted Kevin Vaz as CEO of regional entertainment channels. The regions include Maharashtra, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala and Karnataka.

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Digitisation leading to higher HD adoption in India

High definition (HD) TV channels started launching in India years ago but it was only when digitisation happened on a large scale that the adoption of channels grew. According to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), the total HD count in India has increased to 83 channels currently from 59...

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