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Daily Post 08-06-2017

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Star India seeks liberalised FDI regime for TV news, DTH
Star India has urged TRAI to ensure a level playing field for foreign and domestic broadcasters in owning stakes in the distribution platform biz. On TV news, Star has submitted that the FDI regulations for this sector need to be relooked.
MIB to process FDI proposals relating to broadcasting, print media
MIB is now the nodal ministry for all FDI proposals related to the broadcasting and print media sectors, as per the official memorandum…
Sony’s motley collection of new shows for coming months
To strengthen its content repertoire, Sony Entertainment Television has planned eight new shows for the coming months.
Other stories
arrow_tip India’s M&E sector to grow faster than global average; pay TV rev to touch Rs 907 bn in 2021: PwC
arrow_tip Sab to unveil new look, launch new series
arrow_tip Sony Liv inks strategic content deal with Web Talkies
arrow_tip Sony ESPN to launch ESPN Films series on 11 June
arrow_tip Dentsu Media rebranded as dentsu x
arrow_tip Amagi Media Labs hires Amol Dighe as business head
arrow_tip Netflix to reach 128 million subscribers by 2022
arrow_tip ZDF Enterprises acquires 32.5% stake in World Media Rights
arrow_tip New broadcasting norms set to lower your monthly TV bill
arrow_tip CBI searched Roys’ premises, not NDTV’s: Venkaiah
Source: Hindu Business Line
arrow_tip In media and entertainment, world’s no match for India
arrow_tip Indian M&E sector to clock over Rs 291,000 crore by 2021: PwC
arrow_tip Vodafone to pull its ads from fake news websites
arrow_tip Reliance Jio drives India to rank 15th in global 4G availability but speeds down
arrow_tip Trai to meet telcos next week on sector’s financial stress
arrow_tip Twitter users threaten legal action against Donald Trump if he doesn’t unblock them
arrow_tip India’s LTE download speeds are painfully slow, marginally faster than global 3G speeds
Source: Economic Times
arrow_tip GST: Marathi film industry opposes 28 percent tax; may go on strike unless it’s brought down
Source: Firstpost
arrow_tip IPL 2018: Sanjeev Goenka in talks to buy stakes in Rajasthan Royals – Report
Source: Zee News
arrow_tip India could become world’s third largest cinema market by 2021
Source: Forbes India
arrow_tip How foreign press reported on the CBI raids on NDTV
Source: Indian Express
arrow_tip How web browsers are doing their bit to become safer and faster
arrow_tip Amazon Prime Video’s first India original ‘Inside Edge’ to go live next week
arrow_tip Apple taps Jessica Alba, others to push for online video streaming
Source: Livemint
arrow_tip Indian media, entertainment sector to grow at 10.6%: PwC
arrow_tip WhatsApp update adds albums, filters and reply shortcuts for iPhone users
arrow_tip Tejas Networks to launch Rs 777-crore IPO next week
Source: Business Standard
arrow_tip TV Leads All Other Media in Delivering a Brand Message
Source: MediaVillage
arrow_tip NBC: Biafra Television broadcasting illegally in Nigeria
Source: TheCable
arrow_tip Some TV Networks Prepare to Offer Comey Testimony Without Commercials
Source: Variety
arrow_tip Fox Rolls Up FX, Nat Geo Programming Into Connected TV App
arrow_tip Kate Bosworth Signs With ICM Partners
arrow_tip Stem Raises $8 Million to Help Artists Collect Digital Revenue
Source: Hollywood Reporter
arrow_tip W. European VoD market worth €6.7bn by 2020
arrow_tip Report: OTT transforming N. American pay-TV
arrow_tip China: Youku acquires BBC Earth’s Giant Screen films
Source: Advanced Television
arrow_tip For Apple’s First Series, Planet of the Apps, the Company Imitates, Not Innovates
Source: Ad Week
arrow_tip Google Chrome move could reverse progress in battle against ad-blockers
Source: Media Week
arrow_tip NBC News Unveils NBC Left Field
Source: TV Week
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