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Imp – RJS turn MJS to bind and engage listeners with big fm’s innovation – ‘One Nation, One Network, One Promise’
Mumbai: BIG FM, India’s largest and No.1 radio network on the occasion of 71st Independence Day represented the true definition of ‘One Nation, One Network, One Promise’ through an innovative video. 71 RJs across 60 stations came together to announce …
Deccan Chronicle Holdings, which publishes Deccan Chronicle, Financial Chronicle, The Asian Age and Telugu daily Andhra Bhoomi, will have somebody in charge to propose turnaround measures of the beleaguered company.
Dish TV has started renegotiating with broadcasters to bring content costs down. The argument put forward is that broadcasters are offering free to air content on DD Freedish and also on OTT platforms. The company has, in fact, managed to reduce content costs with one major broadcaster.
Dish TV’s ARPU saw a rebound in Q1 after dipping to a new low in the preceding quarter while net subscriber additions improved. Approximate net synergies from Dish TV-Videocon d2h merger expected to be Rs 180 crore in FY18 and Rs 510 crore in FY19.
While the situation is still not grave, if a resolution is not arrived at it would impact the production of new films and TV serials.
Star India is rebranding its second Hindi GEC Life OK as Star Bharat. The rechristened channel, which is likely to be free to air (FTA), will be available on Doordarshan’s free DTH platform Freedish.
The festival will host conversations with 50+ celebs, curated video screenings, workshops, master classes and more. It attracts more than 60,000 film enthusiasts from across India.
Based in Mumbai, Aradhana Bhola will head the company’s business in India and will report to Ian Hogg, FremantleMedia’s regional CEO, Australia & Asia Pacific.
Thursday August 17 2017 COVER STORY Shooting of films, TV serials continue amid security as cine employees go on indefinite strike The film and TV industries had limited impact as cine employees went on indefinite strike with producers failing …