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14 July 2020 Volume 70 Issue No:06
  LATEST STORIES
 

Television | TV Channels

 
Zee TV rejigs show strategy; adds comedy  
After a hiatus of nearly three months, television shows finally went on the floors in Mumbai and new episodes started airing from 13 July. GECs are leaving no stones unturned to create the buzz in the market and gain back their viewer interest.  
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Regulators | I&B Ministry

 
Govt-appointed committee recommends new regulator for non-personal data; 'data business' classification  
Regulators across the world have kept their eyes on people's data. The Indian government is also outlining the route to control the flow of data. An expert committee appointed by the government has recommended a new regulatory authority for non-personal data along with creating a new "data business" classification.  
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Television | TV Channels

 
NDTV to end pay cuts for employees  
To fight the uncertainty caused by Covid2019 pandemic, many organisations resorted to pay cuts to take forward the business. While NDTV announced a salary cut in April, it will end pay cuts for all employees who took a 10-20 per cent cut, effective 1 August.  
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Television | Production House

 
Balaji Telefilms takes positive steps after actor tests Covid2019 positive  
Television actor Parth Samthaan, who is best known for his role in Balaji Telefilms' Kasautii Zindagii Kay, tested positive for Covid2019 on Sunday. The actor shared the news on Instagram and revealed that he was showing mild symptoms but with doctors' guidance, he is self-quarantining at home.  
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iWorld | Social Media  
Google to broadcast edutainment series for SMBs on Doordarshan  
Google India country head and vice president Sanjay Gupta kicked off the Google for India event, today. He touched on topics about health, welfare and digital India. Gupta spoke about how Google has helped in connecting more people to India.  
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iWorld | Social Media

 
Google pledges Rs 75,000 cr for Indian digital economy  
Google has announced that it will invest around Rs 75,000 crore ($10 billion) in India over the next five to seven years. The announcement was made by Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai.  
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Press Releases
» MY SITI Hisar – SITI Networks brings Hyper Local News to Hisar
» IFTPC thanks Maharashtra govt, producers in fast-racking resumption of shoots
» Star Squared PR wins PR mandate for 'The Sports School'
» It's a match! Tinder and Pocket Aces team up to show how people are Dating In 2020 in the new format 'FilterCopy Mini'
 
Videos
More News From Indian Television
Dish TV India partners with HoichoI, introduces Bengali viewing content on both its platforms
Expanding its content library to enthrall its customers, Dish TV India Limited, India's leading DTH Company has announced its partnership with Hoichoi, a leading Bengali on-demand video and music-streaming platform that streams content worldwide........................................................ Read More...
 
ZEEL partners with leading CPG brands for campaign #BanegiBaatSaathSaath
Celebrating the spirit of solidarity and the joy of being back, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) has announced its content comeback via an innovative partnership with leading CPG brands................................................ Read More...
 
Kannada news channels clocked 10% hike in ad revenues during Covid2019 period
While most of the markets witnessed a slump in ad revenues across genres on television, Kannada news market was surprisingly on an upward spree during the past three months............................................... Read More...
 
   
More Indian Stories From Elsewhere
   
»   Several districts in Haryana ban social media-based news platforms: Report
»   Google announces partnerships with CBSE, Prasar Bharati
    Source: ETTelecom
»   End of the road for English entertainment channels
»   Vodafone Idea moves telecom tribunal over Trai's objection on priority plan promising faster speeds
    Source: Financial Express
»   Italy's Serie A asked investors to submit bids by July 24 for broadcasting rights
»   Easy visa clearance has led to more foreign films being shot in India since 2016
    Source: TOI
»   Regional markets crucial for media and entertainment industry: Deloitte-FICCI report
    Source: ETBrandEquity
»   IPL 2020 Broadcasters Refuse To Renew $35 Million Deal With New Zealand Cricket: Report
    Source: Republic World
»   Pakistan tour of England : Previous dues pending, SPN refuses to entertain PTV Sports
    Source: Inside Sport
»   New DG of IIMC Lacks Experience, Educational Qualifications, Reads Letter to PM
    Source: The Wire
»   Forecast on fixed telecom services revenue in Australia
    Source: Telecom Lead
»   Tata Sky Rolls Out New Features For Better Viewing Experience Via Set Top Box Software Update
    Source: Swarajyamag
     
More International Stories From Elsewhere
   
»   Johnny Depp tells high court libel case how he lost $650m in earnings
»   Stephen Lawrence's parents' fight for justice to be made into TV drama
    Source: The Guardian
»   SiriusXM Is Buying Stitcher in Deal Worth Up to $325 Million
»   WarnerMedia, AT&T Team With Ghetto Film School to Launch Short Film Challenge for Young Creators
    Source:Variety
»   Snapchat tests TikTok-style navigation for exploring public content
»   Former Tinder VP Jeff Morris Jr. opens up Product Club, an accelerator meant to stay small and focused
    Source: Techcrunch
»   Quibi Wins Court Ruling: Court Denies Plaintiff Eko Preliminary Injunction
»   Indie War Film 'The Outpost' Breaks Out on Transactional VOD
    Source: Next Tv
»   Mediaocean buys 4C Insights to form TV advertising giant
»   Cinedigm's digital content sales hit five-year high in Q1
    Source: Fierce Video
»   Nielsen Reverses Course on Out-of-Home Viewing
»   Liquid Diet for The Pay TV Sector
    Source: Multichannel
     
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