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Daily Post 04-02-2015

Wednesday 4 February 2015
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COVER STORY

TV industry heading for a rating-dark period

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The IBF has decided to terminate their subscription with TAM, multiple sources said. ISA and AAAI are also finalising the termination of their subscription with TAM. BARC is expected to roll out its rating system by the mid or end of April.
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MAIN STORIES


Radio turns battleground for AAP vs BJP

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With AAP igniting the spark on radio, the BJP sent a befitting reply with its radio ad. And then started the ad war between the two parties…
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How independent is Prasar Bharati?

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It is as ironical as it gets that officials of the ‘autonomous’ public broadcaster Prasar Bharati have to meet I&B secretary Bimal Julka…
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arrow_tip SAB captures the digital divide through new brand film

arrow_tip MasterChef India team serves food to ‘dabbawalas’

arrow_tip Madison Media Plus wins media duties of Viber India

arrow_tip US Justice Dept drops phone hacking case against 21st Century Fox

arrow_tip Sony sells online gaming unit to NY investment fund

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INDIA STORIES

arrow_tipIndia’s Internet market

arrow_tipAIB Knockout: Censor board member kicks up row with remark against Johar

arrow_tipTwitter expands promoted tweet advertising to outside websites

arrow_tipHublot to be timekeeper at ICC World Cup

arrow_tipSecond Harper Lee novel to be published in July

arrow_tipSurvival strategies for the digital age

SOURCE: Livemint

arrow_tipESPNcricinfo, Google team up

SOURCE: Hindu Business Line

arrow_tipThe broadband path to digitisation

arrow_tipGoogle is developing its own Uber competitor

SOURCE: Business Standard

arrow_tipIndia to have 651 million smartphones, 18.7 million tablets by 2019

SOURCE: Economic Times

arrow_tipAamir Khan invited by Harvard University for a lecture on PK’s box office collections success

SOURCE: Financial Express

arrow_tipOld TV shows that will make you nostalgic

SOURCE: Times of India

arrow_tipICC Cricket World Cup 2015: The Terrace talk

SOURCE: Indian Express

arrow_tipWill Youth Powered YouTube Channels Knock Out TV in India?

SOURCE: iamWire

GLOBAL STORIES

arrow_tipCable TV viewing declined by more than 12 percent in January

SOURCE: GigaOM

arrow_tipNetflix raising $1.5bn for content and expansion

SOURCE: TBI Vision

arrow_tipLiberty Global Banks on Cable Market Strength, Debts Soar

SOURCE: Zacks.com

arrow_tipDisney Quarterly Earnings Exceed Expectations

arrow_tipDisney’s $5.5 Billion Shanghai Disneyland to Open In Spring 2016

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter

arrow_tipDeutsche Telekom provides cable TV in Frankfurt

SOURCE: Broadband TV News

arrow_tipBroadband providers set to benefit from UK multiplay

arrow_tipDirecTV LatAm subs to surpass US

arrow_tipMENA pay-TV subs on rise, despite piracy

SOURCE: Advanced Television

arrow_tipBroadcast-owner completes management buy-out

arrow_tipClear Channel hires Microsoft’s Damon Westbury to lead international sales

SOURCE: Media Week

arrow_tip‘Second-Wave Feminism’ Is a Focus of Comedy Project Headed to MTV

SOURCE: TV Week

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