26 Jun 2016
- Singapore consortium to help build Andhra Pradesh capital: Naidu
- Tatas review UK business plan after Brexit
- Brexit bubble may lure rich Indians to London realty
- Sena ties up with opposition to boycott Pm's event today
- 70,000 Londoners seek exit from UK, want to stay in EU
- China leaps 10 spots in FDI list during two years of Modi rule
- Former BSP leader Maurya to meet BJP leaders
- BJP, RSS displeased with Swamy, but unsure of whether to reprimand him
- Kejriwal wants referendum on full statehood for Delhi soon
Allowing the private sector in terrestrial TV broadcasting would result in inflow of private capital in the sector and growth of terrestrial services, TRAI says. It issues consultation paper seeking stakeholders’ views on this subject.
TRAI has extended time for submitting comments on pre-consultation paper related to ‘Infrastructure sharing in broadcasting TV distribution sector’ to 4 July.
The Eros Now app will be preinstalled on Micromax’s latest smartphones showcasing the OTT platform’s repository of Hindi films, music, originals and regional content.
Sony Pictures Networks India CEO NP Singh has expanded the role of Rajesh Kaul by making him the prez of distribution and sports. Rohit Gupta gets additional role as international biz gets...
Fixing cracks in Agra’s digital driveway
Agra is one of the worst digital addressable system (DAS) markets in India. Consumer ARPU (average revenue per user) is miserably low, multi-system operators (MSOs) were fighting against each other till September 2014, and local cable operators (LCOs) have not focused on increasing cable TV rates....
‘Xoxo’ to air on Netflix on 26 August
'Xoxo' is an ensemble comedy about a group of 20-somethings on a crazy adventure to the biggest EDM...
Ditto TV goes mass with disruptive pricing, eyes 6 mn subs in FY17
Cable TV and DTH firms do not see any immediate impact on FDI inflows
Videocon d2h narrows Q4 net loss, adds 0.59 mn subs
Videocon d2h narrows Q4 net loss to Rs 21.2 crore from Rs 75.7 crore in the prior-year quarter. Content cost falls to 37.5% of revenue. Total net subscriber base stands at 11.86 million.
Raghav Bahl’s Quintillion, Sanjeev Kapoor’s FoodFood apply for FIPB nod
Bahl’s Quintillion Media will hold 74% stake in a JV with Bloomberg. FoodFood’s application is related to Astro’s stake being bought out by Sanjeev Kapoor and Sandeep Goyal.
Viacom18 inks deal, Voot to show Turner’s kids content
Viacom18 and Turner India, who are rivals in the kids TV space, have entered into a content deal that will see Turner's kids shows stream on Viacom18's VoD service Voot.