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Posts from — September 2017

Daily Post 22-09-2017

Friday September 22 2017   COVER STORY Star warns cable TV, DTH platforms against re-transmitting DD’s feed of India cricket matches Private cable and DTH operators are cautioned to refrain from re-transmitting the live feed of the India-Australia series in …

Sony climbs to second spot in urban HSM

Following the launch of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati S9’, Sony has been witnessing an upward spike in its weekly impressions in urban HSM. In Week 37, the channel climbed to the second spot with 39.60 crore impressions.

Disney India to consolidate Bindass and Bindass Play, unveil new look in Oct

Disney is consolidating its existing linear platforms Bindass and Bindass Play into Bindass. Though the channel will feature new packaging with new logo, the core preposition of being a youth-agonistic brand will remain the same.

Star warns cable TV, DTH platforms against re-transmitting DD’s feed of India cricket matches

Private cable and DTH operators are cautioned to refrain from re-transmitting the live feed of the India-Australia series in violation of Star India’s rights, directions of Prasar Bharati as contained in the scroll, and of the Supreme Court judgment, the notice said.

DEN shares up after NCLT approval to demerge broadband biz

NCLT has approved demerger of DEN Networks’ broadband biz into a wholly owned subsidiary named Skynet Cable Network.

Disney remains top kids channel for third week in a row

Disney Channel continued to rule the kids television genre for the third straight week, according to BARC India data for Week 37.

Eros Now in content deal with Dharma Productions

Eros Now has secured the licensing rights to two of Dharma’s latest releases, ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ and ‘Ok Jaanu’ along with 11 catalogue films which comprise Shah Rukh Khan starring blockbusters ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’, ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’, ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ and ‘Duplicate’.

ALTBalaji to be available on Vodafone Play

By extending its rich content portfolio to ALTBalaji, Vodafone Play is packing in more entertainment, anytime, anywhere for its millions of Vodafone users.

Star Utsav Movies climbs to No. 2 in rural HSM

Star Utsav Movies grabbed the second position in rural HSM, pushing Rishtey Cineplex to No. 3 in Week 37.

BBC World News breaks into the top 5 in Wk 37

The difference between Republic TV and Times Now increased, with the former consolidating its leading position.