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Daily Post 08-01-2015

Thursday 8 January 2015
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No prizes for status quo


Some would say 2014 has been more or less a good year for Indian media companies. But the reality is that nothing much has changed. Status quo has been maintained. And status quo cannot be good for any business or industry, particularly where everything is moving at a frantic pace.
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2014: A newsy year for news broadcasters


Mukesh Ambani taking control of TV18 Broadcast, high-profile exits, new channel launches and revenue gains from elections marked the TV…
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Focused on South, IVF-backed Atria withdraws pan-India DAS licence application


Atria will restrict its focus on expanding its cable TV business in South India. If there are plans to go north, it will take the…
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arrow_tip AIR to broadcast 100 episode series on Mahatma Gandhi

arrow_tip ABP Group’s Bengali magazines to be available on Magzter

arrow_tip HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ is first TV show to be showcased in Imax

arrow_tip Discovery to kick off a new show ‘How they Do It’

arrow_tip Adfest 2015: Entry deadline for ‘remote’ judging Lotus categories extended

arrow_tip WWE Network launching in UK, Ireland

arrow_tip Sun TV Network to live telecast Celebrity Cricket League across channels

arrow_tip ‘Game of Thrones’ remains the most pirated TV show

arrow_tip Roku announces TV 4K plans

arrow_tip Netflix ties up with actor Edward Norton for a documentary ‘My Own Man’

arrow_tip You On Demand launches a subscription platform for kids in China


arrow_tip Strategic steps Disney’s kids network took in 2014

arrow_tip Leagues and big events light up 2014 for sportscasters

arrow_tip 2014 a year of gains for Viacom18’s Nick and Sonic

arrow_tip TRAI issues 2014 report card

arrow_tip 2014: The year of big films

arrow_tip 2014 saw re-rating of multiplex valuations

arrow_tip 2014: Ecosystem for ad revenue growth has improved

arrow_tip 2014: The year of new launches in Hindi GEC

arrow_tip Cable TV’s year of challenges in 2014

arrow_tip Media mergers and deals in 2014

arrow_tip 2014: A quiet year for music channels

arrow_tip TRAI’s hits and misses in 2014

arrow_tip Policy decisions of MIB in 2014

arrow_tip Bollywood personalities on TV in 2014

arrow_tip The highs and lows of DTH in 2014

arrow_tip 2014: Top 6 Hindi GECs launch 31 new fiction shows

arrow_tip 2014: The year of the mobile

arrow_tip 2014: TV saw tremendous growth in rural markets

arrow_tip Programming trends that ruled TV in 2014

arrow_tip 2014: MSM bets on stronger content deals for Pix and AXN

arrow_tip How NGC India played its cards in 2014

arrow_tip Discovery’s focus on creating new growth engines in 2014



arrow_tipJournalism’s tech divide

arrow_tipIPL digital media rights up for grabs next month

arrow_tipGoogle unveils a tool to check if users are looking at video ads

SOURCE: Livemint

arrow_tipUS-based Broadcom pledges support to cable TV digitisation in India

SOURCE: Hindu Business Line

arrow_tipJ Walter Thompson sees churn at the deck again as south chief Himanshu Saxena quits

arrow_tipWary BCCI likely to bring IPL owners’ workshop back to India

arrow_tipEcommerce sales in India to touch $7.69 bn in 2015: eMarketer

arrow_tipVideocon to invest Rs 340 crore in expansion of internet services

SOURCE: Economic Times

arrow_tipShemaroo to distribute Playboy content on mobile in South Asian territories

SOURCE: Business Standard

arrow_tipMediaTek ties up with Sony, Google for first Android Lollipop television

arrow_tip‘PK’ box office collections at new high; Aamir Khan turns the ‘overseas boss’

SOURCE: Financial Express

arrow_tipIn the Reckoning

SOURCE: Indian Express


arrow_tipInternet TV Gains a Threat to Cable MSOs

SOURCE: Nasdaq

arrow_tipStan, Netflix, Presto set to reshape Australia’s Pay TV market

SOURCE: Sydney Morning Herald

arrow_tipSPI/FilmBox International secures deals in Hungary

SOURCE: DigitalTVEurope.net

arrow_tipWhat’s Behind 2014’s Box-Office Slide: Franchise Fatigue, Fewer Big Movies

arrow_tipFandor CEO Ted Hope Steps Down, Chris Kelly Takes Over

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter

arrow_tipTV Apps Were Supposed to Keep People Subscribed to Cable, But They’re Creating Confusion Instead

arrow_tipAOL Closely Watching How Technology Is Altering Television at CES


arrow_tipDigital UK backs Ofcom mobile spectrum opposition

arrow_tipYahlive seeks pay-TV package

arrow_tipVoD contributes to box office tumble

SOURCE: Advanced Television

arrow_tipChanges in Cable Sales at Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution

arrow_tipNetflix to Gear Up to 20 Original Scripted Series a Year


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