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Daily Post 18-11-2014

Tuesday 18 November 2014
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TDSAT agrees to hear DTH licence case independent of telecom AGR matters


Recalling its earlier direction, the TDSAT has agreed to hear the petitions filed by DTH operators challenging the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting’s Rs 2,066 crore licence fee demand.
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Ortel gets Sebi clearance for IPO


Sebi had earlier sought some additional clarification from Ortel’s merchant banker Kotak Mahindra Capital regarding the company’s…
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Interim relief to DigiCablecomm extended by eight weeks


The HC also fined the union government for failing to file its reply in the matter. In the previous hearing, the HC had given the…
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arrow_tip Express Towers valued at Rs 975 cr

arrow_tip BAG Films’ TV segment profit drops 16%, radio segment turns positive in Q2

arrow_tip ICC publishes news access regulations for Cricket World Cup 2015

arrow_tip Indian democracy owes much to independent and responsible press: MoS I&B

arrow_tip Colors expects ‘Bigg Boss 8’ ratings to soar with entry of queen of reality TV Kim Kardashian

arrow_tip Percept Media wins AOR of India Infoline

arrow_tip Times Square to shine with biggest and most expensive digital billboard

arrow_tip Sky Sports to launch a darts channel for William Hill World Championship

arrow_tip DHX Media announces ‘Teletubbies’ publishing deal

arrow_tip Online video players form alliance to improve ecosystem

arrow_tip Sky bolsters its online protection service

arrow_tip Netflix to adapt Lemony Snicket’s books into a TV show

arrow_tip KLab signs licensing agreement with Fox to develop mobile game based on ‘Glee’ TV show



arrow_tipOrtel Communications gets SEBI’s nod for IPO

SOURCE: Hindu Business Line

arrow_tipAutonomy for Prasar Bharti “long way off” but in process to achieve it: A Surya Prakash

arrow_tipInternet service provider Tikona raises $45 million

arrow_tipFacebook preparing new website for office use: Reports

arrow_tipWebcasters, film makers take Chennai’s Carnatic festival global

SOURCE: Economic Times

arrow_tipMudgal committee’s IPL report absolves N. Srinivasan, but only just

arrow_tipFacebook preparing new website for office use: FT

SOURCE: Livemint

arrow_tipE-commerce leads the way in ad growth

arrow_tipFacebook to step into corporate world with ‘Facebook at Work’

SOURCE: Business Standard

arrow_tipRajinikanth’s Lingaa fetches over Rs 200 cr even before release? Box office magic awaited

arrow_tipN Srinivasan cleared in IPL scam but Gurunath Meiyappan, Raj Kundra indicted; Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals fate hangs in balance

SOURCE: Financial Express

arrow_tipSuresh Raina unveiled as co-owner of Uttar Pradesh Wizards

arrow_tipRanbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma’s ‘Bombay Velvet’ to release in May 2015

SOURCE: Indian Express

arrow_tipNews Access Regulations for Indian News Broadcasters at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015



arrow_tipJapan’s SoftBank Launches A La Carte TV Service for Mobile Users

arrow_tipMeet Pop, The Newest Entrant In Cable’s Battle For Bigger, Broader Audiences

SOURCE: Rapid TV News

arrow_tipTen Network’s long term value will encourage market bidders

SOURCE: Sydney Morning Herald

arrow_tipxTV partners with Microsoft, Intel to sell online broadcasting

SOURCE: The Australian Financial

arrow_tipSPI inks Telekom Austria deal, starts rebrand

SOURCE: Broadband TV News

arrow_tipLawsuit Raises Warning Over Confidentiality of Movie and TV Casting Info

arrow_tipNetflix’s ‘Marco Polo’ Trailer Reveals the Power of Kublai Khan

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter

arrow_tipNews UK launches The Newsroom with Iceland deal

SOURCE: Media Week

arrow_tipConnected TV gains momentum in Spain
arrow_tipTF1, YouTube settle upload dispute

arrow_tipTop UK pay-TV packs top £1,000 a year

SOURCE: Advanced Television

arrow_tipCBS Warns Viewers It May Go Dark on Dish

arrow_tipAMC Scraps Pilot, Ending the Network’s Move Into Comedy for the Foreseeable Future


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