- Hathway’s cable TV and broadband capex to be Rs 270 cr in FY18
- Cut in interconnect charge may boost RIL's EPS by 8%
- Package soon to boost economy; no cuts in fuel rates: Arun Jaitley
- Global child bride racket busted in Hyderabad, 20 arrested
- Tracked so far: Rs 75 crore in Dera bank accounts
- Violence in Tripura: Journalist hacked to death, sec 144 imposed
Posts from — July 2013
Star India acquired the rights to all media platforms in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The agreement will give Sony Six the rights to broadcast more than 70 SPFL matches that include Rangers FC coverage across all media platforms and devices.
ESI, which had lost out to MSM on the lucrative IPL rights, has gone out all guns blazing to acquire rights of indigenous sporting leagues.
As per the new arrangement, TAM will report viewership in TVT for the media and public while media agencies will continue to get weekly TVR.
Star India launches Suvarna Plus to consolidate its position in Kannada market.
Dish TV’s new devices will deliver increased high-definition (HD) content offerings to its subscribers.
Taj is believed to have paid an estimated $60.3 million to secure the composite rights, including commercial rights, India series package and production rights.
The technology upgrade from MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 will allow Tata Sky to offer more than 300 channels to its subscribers.