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How Reliance Jio plans to shake up the cable TV market
Reliance Jio Media’s first outing is likely to be in Phase III and IV DAS towns. After establishing market share, it will then eye the Phase I and II cities. If opportunities come in between, Reliance could explore them. TVP looks at how this is going to impact MSOs, LCOs, HITS and DTH operators.
How VCCircle came under the News Corp radar
Beginning in 2005 as a blog about venture capitalists and private equity firms, VCCircle has walked a long way from being a one-man show to…
Karnataka cable market: Challenges and opportunities
MSOs in Karnataka are gearing up for Phases III & IV of digitisation, keeping in mind the lessons from the first two phases. However, some…
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arrow_tipStar World Premiere HD to air final 7 episodes of ‘Mad Men’ in April
arrow_tipDD National to telecast show on women issues with Aamir Khan
arrow_tipCNN promotes Andrew Demaria to VP, ME CNN Digital Intl
arrow_tipWPP buys stake in Swedish broadcast content provider FlowNetwork
arrow_tipNexGuard to showcase anti-piracy solutions at Cabsat 2015
arrow_tipGoogle in talks to buy Indian mobile ad firm InMobi
arrow_tip Den Networks board hikes foreign investment limit to 74 per cent
arrow_tip Prasar Bharati appoints 55 persons for posts in AIR, DD
arrow_tip Eddy eyes $10 million funding; partners Cartoon Network for kids tabs
arrow_tip Snapdeal in advance talks to buy Freecharge for Rs 2,800 crore: Sources
arrow_tip Asia driving the global Internet connections, says ICANN
arrow_tip Google launches cloud service for ‘cold data’
arrow_tip No deal on cards with Google, says InMobi CEO
Source: Economic Times
arrow_tip Adlabs Entertainment IPO subscribed 18% on second day of offer
arrow_tip Apple’s iTunes and App stores experience outages worldwide
arrow_tip Flipkart close to third acquisition this year
arrow_tip ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson suspended by BBC after ‘fracas’ with producer
Source: Livemint
arrow_tip News Corp gets aggressive in India
arrow_tip Nike and Sony Max best leverage social media around CWC 2015
arrow_tip India tops Rocket Internet’s choice of online food market
Source: Business Standard
arrow_tip Aamir Khan to judge ‘MasterChef India 4′ finale?
Source: Indian Express
arrow_tip Scripps, Journal Communications Shareholders Approve TV Merger, Print Spinoff
Source: Variety
arrow_tip Sony Joins Crowd of Online TV Providers
Source: Wall Street Journal
arrow_tip Apple Just Made It Much Easier to Cut the Cable TV Cord
Source: TheStreet.com
arrow_tip Cable Viewers Aren’t Watching the Shows You Think They Are
Source: Ad Week
arrow_tip Fox Plots ‘Empire’ Season 2: Lee Daniels Courts Oprah, Pushes for Less “Opulence”
arrow_tip Spain Hits New High in Piracy, Study Says
Source: Hollywood Reporter
arrow_tip Facebook ‘cigarette lighter’ ad for mobile case is banned by ASA
Source: Media Week
arrow_tip Sony confirms OTT PlayStation Vue launch
arrow_tip NOW TV on EE TV STB
arrow_tip US creatives affirm core copyright principles
Source: Advanced Television
arrow_tip Federal Government Sues DirecTV for Alleged Deceptive Ads
arrow_tip Picketers Disrupt TV Movie Production Outside White House
Source: TV Week
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