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Times Network to use Amagi services to enable geo-targeted advertising

MUMBAI: Amagi has announced that the Times Network  will use its services to enable geo-targeted advertising on five of its channels – Times Now, ET Now, Romedy Now, Zoom, and Magic Bricks Now.

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Times Now & ET Now gain; Aaj Tak & CNBC Awaaz decline in ratings

MUMBAI: In week 7 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India, Times Now continued to dominate the English news genre while in the Business news genre, ET Now retained its numero uno slot with an increase in ratings. On the other hand, Aaj Tak led the Hindi news genre, whereas even after a...

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Incorrect and mischievous statements made by Vishwa Deepak

MUMBAI: It has come to the notice of Zee Media that Mr. Vishwa Deepak who was working with Zee News, after his resignation dated 19.02.2016, has made certain statements on various social media platforms which are not only incorrect but also defamatory and mischievous. Some of the media houses...

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JNU's Kanhiaya Kumar & the role of television news

MUMBAI: “Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high Where knowledge is free Where the world has not been broken up into fragments By narrow domestic walls Where words come out from the depth of truth Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection Where the clear stream...

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Adcap violations cases against 15 TV channels put off to April

NEW DELHI: Complaints against various television channels before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate relating to adcap violations by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) are now slated to come up for hearing on 2 April. CMM (Delhi Central) Pooran Chand directed that as the matter was pending...

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