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Posts from — October 2015

Star India reduces RIO rates of Star Sports HD1 and HD2

Star has looked at market demand and thought that perhaps Rs 50 would be the correct price point in terms of gaining traction in the sports genre.

TDSAT directs Karnataka LCOs to visit DEN’s B’lore office on 2 Nov for account settlement

TDSAT has directed Karnataka State Digital Cable TV Operators Welfare Association to visit DEN’s Bangalore office on 2 Nov for reconciliation of accounts.

James and Lachlan ready to take risks like Rupert Murdoch but not to bet the whole company

21st Century Fox is developing strategies to deal with the changing dynamics of the media industry. James and Lachlan also talk about the company’s various businesses, including sports.

&Pictures to air Bollywood & Hollywood double bill in ‘Fusion Flicks’

The film fest will run from 2 to 13 Nov, starting at 8 pm. Each Hollywood movie aired as part of the film fest will be followed by a Bollywood film.

Mullen Lowe Lintas Group wins Grand Prix for Idea #NoUlluBanaoing at the Warc Prize for Asian Strategy

MUMBAI: Mullen Lowe Lintas Group, India put up another winning performance as it emerged the lead agency from India to dominate the Warc Prize for Asian Strategy 2015 awards. All of its three shortlisted entries won multiple laurels at the awards leading the …

ICC issues tender for non-live programming

ICC is seeking proposals from production houses in respect of ICC event programming, including historical documentaries, event preview series and official films.

BBC Worldwide, FreemantleMedia bring ‘You’re Back in the Room’ to Australia

Channel Nine has commissioned BBC Worldwide Australia and New Zealand and FremantleMedia Australia for a local version of ‘You’re Back in the Room’, the UK format from production company Tuesday’s Child.

Daily Post 31-10-2015

Follow Us On Saturday 31 October 2015 Powered by: NXT DIGITAL COVER STORY Sun TV mulls buyback of shares, scrip shoots up 5.2% Sun TV has around Rs 750 cr cash as on 30 Sep, which it could use to …

Sun TV mulls buyback of shares, scrip shoots up 5.2%

Sun TV has around Rs 750 cr cash as on 30 Sep, which it could use to buy back shares from the shareholders. Promoter holding is already 75%. As this is the maximum permissible limit as per SEBI regulation, promoters have to ensure that their holding does not cross the cap.

TDSAT orders Taj TV not to disconnect signals to IMCL, MSO to pay Rs 30.42 cr in dues

TDSAT passes interim order directing Taj TV not to disconnect signals to IMCL; MSO has to pay Rs 30.42 crore in four tranches.