Year Enders

Year Enders

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'Made in India' characters pave way for glocalisation of kids genre: Nina Jaipuria

Children are a dynamic audience and their entertainment preferences are constantly evolving. The kids’ category in India is therefore reposed with the challenging task of keeping the most dynamic set of audiences constantly engaged and entertained. Over the last few years the most noted shift amongst kids has been an increasing inclination towards local characters that they relate to and can engage with even beyond television.

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Challenges behind setting up BARC India & the way forward

The launch of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India, a joint industry body, in 2015 was one of the biggest developments of the year in the media industry. Its launch was proof that the three stakeholders, namely the broadcasters, advertisers and media agencies could come together and set up a robust and transparent system in the quickest possible time.

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‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon Ek Jashn’ to ‘ICC World Cup’ What’s hot on the Indian OTT scene

MUMBAI: The latest buzz about town is how Netflix is all set to launch in India later this week. But even without the American Video On Demand (VOD) giant, India’s over the top (OTT) scene has kept pretty active, thanks to all the new and edgy shows that the different platforms streamed last year and some more lined up to storm digital screens later this year.

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‘Content innovation to govern English movie channels’ landscape:’ Kevin Vaz

MUMBAI: As 2016 rolls in after an action packed 2015, people are now rolling up their sleeves setting tougher goals to meet new challenges and touch greater heights in the new year. And amongst them is Star India business head - English cluster Kevin Vaz.



According to Vaz, the English movie channels’ landscape will be governed by content and experience that will be led by innovation. And that's exactly what Star Movies and Star Movies Select HD plan to do this year.

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‘Too much of sensation, not enough sense; too much of Delhi, not enough on the rest:’ Rajdeep Sardesai

‘Main zindagi ka saath nibhaata chala gaya,’ is the song that you hear when you call him. With a journalistic experience of 26 years in print and television specialised in covering national politics, this man lets his work do the talking for him. He has never abandoned hard hitting real life stories behind his brand name and has always been open and unbiased about his thoughts. Known for his fearless coverage of news and love for music, he is none other than India Today Group consulting editor Rajdeep Sardesai.

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Scope of Innovation in Print Advertising

On 16 April, 2000, The Times of India arrived on the doorsteps of millions of Indian households with its front page blank! It carried only the masthead, but no editorial. Blank!! That was the surprise of all surprises. It was our way of telling the world that the dot com revolution had arrived with the launch of indya.com. It took the country by shock! It hit newsreaders right between their disbelieving eyes. You couldn't help but notice it. Unbelievable, even to us! 

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2015: The year of nip & tuck for Hindi GECs

MUMBAI: Ratings, ratings from the BARC, who’s the leader of them all?

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2015: From employees to employers, a year of transition in media

MUMBAI: 2015 saw India retain its title of being the world's third leader in start-ups. What is interesting to note is that entrepreneurship not only thrived in the technology sector but also showed a sharp increase in the field of media and entertainment.

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Changing role of media agencies

2015 rang true with the anticipated digital growth and enthusiasm.

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2014: The roller-coaster year for West Bengal media

Here’s a look at how the regional news and general entertainment channels fared in the Bengali market.

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