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17 February 2020 Volume 70 Issue No:75
Television | TV Channels  
ZEEL to shut linear business in international markets  
In order to stay relevant in the changing ecosystem, traditional broadcasters are taking the online streaming route. Although Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) is enjoying India's resilient linear TV market, the broadcaster will be shutting of linear business in international markets during the next fiscal.  
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Television | TV Channels  
Sports channels viewership decline by 20.5 per cent in week 5 of BARC  
The poor performance of the Men in Blue and the end of the Australian Open 2020 impacted the viewership pattern of sports channels. According to Broadcast Audience Research Council of India (BARC) week five shows a slump of 20.5 per cent in viewership pattern as compared to week four.  
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Press Releases
» Actus Digital to demonstrate all-in-one media platform at 2020 NAB Show
» MyTeam11 appoints Dentsu X as the Digital agency on record
» Helix celebrates self-love, life and friendship with the launch of their new collection
» Here's how Amazon Alexa is celebrating love this Valentine's Day
More News From Indian Television
Will make brands' IPL 2020 splurge into judicious investment: Velocity MR's Jasal Shah
Summer and IPL are now synonymous in India. Even after a decade since its launch, the mega sporting event continues to attract eyeballs as well as brands........ Read More...
Of gaming and opportunities, a look into the Indian esports ecosystem
Esports is a fairly new buzzword in the country. While esports tournaments have been a part of the country's gaming ecosystem for quite some time, in the past couple of years, the popularity has surged high enough to attract international attention and now many are scrambling to get a slice of it......... Read More...
BARC week 5: Regional space witnesses new entrant 'Adithya TV' in Tamil market
In regional space, Adithya TV entered the top five Tamil channels list in week 5 of BARC India ratings. The channel has replaced Star Vijay Super at fifth position. Zee Biskope continued to lead in Bhojpuri market for the third consecutive week in week 05 of BARC India ratings......... Read More...
More Indian Stories From Elsewhere
»   With India's security in mind, Isro plans to launch 10 surveillance satellites in 2020-21
»   India to play day-night Test in Australia
    Source: TOI
»   Trai Pushes DTH, Cable TV Operators and Broadcasters to Implement NTO on March 1
»   Tata Sky Connection Will Become More Attractive After New Trai DTH Rules
    Source: Telecom Talk
»   Indian users like telecom carrier-bundled OTT services, says study
»   Law on temporary workers to fee on telecom towers, here're key court orders
    Source: BS
»   For Vodafone Idea vendors, Rs 4,000 cr dues are at stake
    Source: ET
»   The Airtel Xstream Fiber Broadband is Good Enough to Deserve a Complete Review
    Source: News18
»   Oil India To Move TDSAT Against DoT's Demand For Rs 48,489-Crore Dues
    Source: Bloomberg Quint
»   Regulators should allow RTL and ProSieben to merge: Rabe
    Source: Reuters
»   Telecom order: Wrong signal sent to investors
    Source: Asian Age
»   I&B Ministry organises Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat Campaign across country
    Source: News On Air
More International Stories From Elsewhere
»   This government threatens the principle at the heart of the BBC
»   YouTube at 15: what happened to some of the platform's biggest early stars?
    Source: The Guardian
»   HQ Trivia Live Game App Shuts Down
»   Moviefone, Worth 1% of Its Former Value, Is Being Run by One Employee After Parent Company's Bankruptcy
    Source: Variety
»   The drunken HQ Trivia finale before it shut down was insane
    Source: Tech Crunch
»   Silver Says NBA Looking To Fix Lower TV Ratings
    Source: Broadcasting Cable
»   WarnerMedia shifts content spending away from cable, toward streaming
»   Altice USA buys another cable company to expand its footprint
    Source: Fierce Video
»   Deutsche Telekom, Tele Columbus, NetCologne take legal action against EU approval of Vodafone/Unitymedia cable deal
»   Downing Street wants BBC to switch to subscription model
    Source: Broadband Tv News
»   New York Won't Appeal T-Mobile-Sprint Decision, Says AG James
    Source: Multichannel
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