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28 November 2020 Volume 70 Issue No:25

iWorld | eNews

Times Internet's transformation from media company to tech company  
Digital disruption is reshaping the media and entertainment ecosystem at a rapid pace. As media companies adapt to the change, investment in technology is emerging as the need of the hour.  
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Television | TV Channels

No prima facie evidence against Arnab Goswami in abetment to suicide case: SC  
Detailing the reasons for granting interim bail to Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami in its 11 November judgement, the Supreme Court highlighted that the bail will remain in force for four weeks, even after the Bombay high court decides on the journalist-cum-businessman's plea to quash the FIR against him.  
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iWorld | OTT

Lens of regulation is more important: Uday Shankar on OTT platforms  
'Will OTT platforms be put on leash?' is the question being discussed and debated lately, especially after being brought under the ambit of the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB).  
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iWorld | OTT

Hits debuts on Jio  
Hits, one of Asia's top English networks bringing the best of Hollywood and UK TV shows, will now be available to Jio users. It will be introduced as a value-added linear service on JioTV for mobile users as well as JioTV+ for JioFiber users.  
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Television | TV Channels

NBF hails Supreme Court of India upholding human liberty  
The News Broadcasters Federation hails supreme court of India, upholding sacrosanct principle of human liberty in its judgement providing interim relief to Arnab Goswami, MD and editor in chief of Republic Media Network.  
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MAM | Marketing

DHL Partners with Sportskeeda for ISL 2020-21  
DHL Express has signed the official sponsorship with Sportskeeda for Indian Super League 2020-21. The big-ticket football event in India, the Indian Super League got underway on 20 November 2020.  
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Television | TV Channels

Madras HC issues interim injunction against sexually explicit ads  
The Madurai bench of the Madras high court has issued an interim injunction against programmes or advertisements on TV channels displaying obscenity. In addition to that, the judges sought response from MIB on censorship of programmes telecast on channels.  
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Press Releases
» ZOOOK's True Wireless In-Ear headphones Rocker Twins launched in India
» Watch Hindi television premiere of the 'The Grudge', only on &pictures
» Zee TV introduces a gamified filter for Brahmarakshas 2 on Instagram and Facebook
» Indian Gaming League (IGL) to host Call-Of-Duty Mobile Women's Cup Tournament from 28th-30th November 2020
More News From Indian Television
CAIT demands 7-day ban on Amazon for not indicating country of origin
Expressing dissatisfaction with the Rs 25,000 penalty levied on Amazon India by the ministry of consumer affairs, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has demanded a seven-day ban on the e-commerce giant for not providing the mandatory details of 'country of origin' on the products sold on the platform......................... Read More...
Banijay confirms internal data theft in cyber attack
Independent production company Banijay has admitted that internal data was stolen in a cyber attack last week, potential impacting hundreds of current and former employees.................................. Read More...
ITW Playworx wins sponsorship rights of ADT10 season 4
Ten Sports has awarded ITW Playworx the sponsorship rights of the Abu Dhabi T10 (ADT10) season 4. The fast-paced and pulsating ADT10 tournament is back with its fourth edition for all cricket enthusiasts around the world, and will commence from 28 January – 6 February 2021 at Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi......................... Read More...
More Indian Stories From Elsewhere
»   Alibaba, Tencent put talks to buy iQIYI stake on hold due to price, regulatory concerns : Sources
»   JioGames partners Clash Royale for gaming tournament

Source: ETTelecom

»   Serie A aims to increase foreign broadcasting revenues despite COVID-19
»   Delhi HC bans App from using Kota institute's name
»   Indian, Russian satellites just metres away in space; Roscosmos says 224m, Isro 420m
    Source: TOI
»   SUN Mobility appoints Devender Singh Rawat as its India CEO
    Source: Financial Express
»   South Korea's SK Telecom unveils next-gen AI chip
    Source: Indian Express
»   Entertainment tycoons Ajay Bijli, Uday Shankar on OTT platforms coming under the ambit of I&B Ministry
»   Vi partners edtech, healthtech firms to boost revenue
    Source: Livemint
»   UK creates new digital regulator to impose code of conduct on tech giants
    Source: ET
»   South Korea COVID-19 Cases Stay Above 500 For 2nd Day
    Source: Republic World
    Justice Prathiba M Singh calls for adjudicatory mechanism for streaming services, broadcasters
    Source: Medianama
    Brazil government forgives $1.3 bln in debts owed by telecom Oi
    Source: Reuters
More International Stories From Elsewhere
»   PSNI to pay £875,000 in damages to makers of Troubles documentary
»   How an anti-lockdown 'truthpaper' bypasses online factcheckers
    Source: The Guardian
»   Twitter Has Flagged 200 of Trump's Posts as 'Disputed' or Misleading Since Election Day. Does It Make a Difference?
»   Netflix's Teresa Moneo, Producer Matteo Rovere Talk Italian Original Film 'Rose Island' (EXCLUSIVE)
    Source: Variety
»   Facebook's Libra could launch in January
»   Alibaba vies for a piece of China's booming EV market
    Source: Techcrunch
»   Dish Says Nexstar Could Black Out 164 Stations on Dec. 2
    Source: Next Tv
»   Industry Voices - Hawley: New sign-in to your account? It pays to be watchful
»   Hulu offers steep discount for Black Friday
    Source: Fierce Video
»   O'Rielly Seeks Answers on Potential Wyoming Overbuilds
    Source: Multichannel
»   Channel 4 to focus on digital audience
»   Mediapro sues Canal + for "abuse of a dominant position"
    Source: Broadband Tv News
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