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Posts from — February 2017

‘Chak De’ girl Chitrashi Rawat to promote Vodafone Play

Vodafone Play, the content App of Vodafone India, is a destination for live TV shows, latest movies or music. It offers over 14000 movies and more than 140 live TV channels.

Colors Infinity adding two shows in ‘Instant Premiere’ line-up

English GEC Colors Infinity and Colors Infinity HD are adding two shows in their ‘Instant Premiere’ line-up.

Amazon Prime Video becomes subscription streaming home of kids content producer ChuChu TV

Amazon India has entered into a long-term deal with Chennai-based ChuChu TV Studios, one of India’s top content creators for kids animation.

AXN to premiere ‘The Voice 12’ on 4 March

AXN will premiere the season 12 of singing reality competition ‘The Voice’ on 4 March. It will air every Saturday–Sunday at 8 pm.

Discovery picks up 20% stake in digital sports media firm Play Sports Group

Discovery, the owner of Eurosport, has led an investment round, taking a 20% stake in Play Sports Group and a seat on its board.

Listicle: Apps that will help Men to show how much they love their ladies this Woman’s Day

MUMBAI: You don’t need a Valentines Day, Anniversaries or a Birthday to shower your significant other with gifts and love. Love can be both materialistic and non-materialistic in nature, so here is a list of things you could do to …

Radio City eyes valuation of Rs 1,900 cr, fixes IPO price band at Rs 324-333

Music Broadcast Ltd is looking at a valuation of almost Rs 1,900 cr through its public float. IPO price band is fixed at Rs 324-333 per share.

Daily Post 28-02-2017

Follow Us On Tuesday 28 February 2017 COVER STORY Star Plus to launch afternoon band, create new ad inventory Star Plus is getting back its afternoon band after about eight years. The new time zone will allow it to create …

Star Plus to launch afternoon band, create new ad inventory

Star Plus is getting back its afternoon band after about eight years. The new time zone will allow it to create new ad inventory, at rates that could draw in a new band of advertisers. What do media agencies think of the strategy?

MIB grants provisional licence to Sun Group’s Kal Cables

The MIB has withdrawn its cancellation order and issued a fresh pan-India provisional MSO licence to Sun Group-owned Kal Cables. It granted 51 provisional and one permanent licence between 5 Jan and 13 Feb. Mumbai-based Future Digital Infotainment has got a permanent registration to operate anywhere in India.