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How Netflix is Killing Traditional TV

Because of the birth of Netflix, the future of television looks unpromising. The ratings of some TV shows have dropped since viewers are now able to watch their favorite shows via online streaming. That makes the future bleak for traditional TV.

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TRAI says TV industry saw 12.24% growth in FY 2018

While the global scenario reflects an impending death for TV in India soon, factors like rising OTT platforms and cheaper data rates, are also adding fuel to the fire. However, as per the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Annual Report 2017-18, the TV sector revenue in the country has...

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Guest Column: 3 drivers lending power to create impact in Indian TV industry

The Indian Media & Entertainment industry is categorised across nine segments of which Television by far is the largest and is expected to be the largest in the next couple of years. India is the second largest Television market in the world characterised by rising number of subscribers.

Television TV Channels Viewership
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TV industry gives mixed reaction to MIB's DAS III & IV extension

MUMBAI: Even as recently as a month ago, India’s ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) and the industry regulator the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India announced that the DAS IV deadline of 31 December 2016 was sacrosanct and that the cable TV industry would have to bite the bullet....

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TV industry may lose Rs 500-600 cr due to demonetisation

The government's move to not accept Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes as legal tender may affect the TV industry in a big way.

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