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Daily Post 19-09-2015

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Hathway and GTPL to jointly work on content and carriage deals with broadcasters
In a significant move, Hathway Cable and Datacom and its subsidiary GTPL have decided to jointly negotiate content and carriage deals with the broadcasters. Hathway’s Panesar said that the two companies will also look at exploiting synergies beyond content and carriage deals.
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MAIN STORIES
Colors pushes out Star Plus to regain No. 1 position
Pushing out Star Plus, Colors regained its position as the No. 1 Hindi general entertainment channel (GEC). In the Hindi movie genre, Zee…
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Zee News becomes top Hindi news channel for first time since BARC ratings
For the first time since BARC started issuing TV viewership ratings, Zee News has become the most watched Hindi news channel.
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TVP Exclusives
arrow_tip‘Next big ad price increase will come when the industry starts transacting on BARC data’ – Interview of Ashish Sehgal
arrow_tipRegional channels look to rake in moolah from Bihar elections
arrow_tipHow the maker of ‘Balika Vadhu’ plans to grow Sphereorigins
arrow_tipAnup Vishwanathan to join Sony TV as marketing head
arrow_tipSadhna TV Group’s news channel re-enters Bihar market ahead of elections
Other stories of the Week
arrow_tipJaitley launches Hinduja’s HITS service, group plans to invest Rs 5,000 crore in project
arrow_tipMSM in JV with BBC Worldwide to launch Sony BBC Earth
arrow_tipFever FM and Red FM Mumbai pick up Delhi and Mumbai
arrow_tipStar India on course to meet $500-mn EBITDA target by 2018, says 21st Century Fox CFO
arrow_tipHow Sheena Bora murder case consumed primetime on news channels
arrow_tipViacom18 launches separate feed of Rishtey for Asia, rebrands UK and US feeds
arrow_tipArasu gets ISP licence, ropes in cable ops for broadband service
arrow_tipMIB hauls up Gujarati news channel GSTV
arrow_tipColors Infinity to roll out first original production ‘The Stage’
arrow_tipBalaji Telefilms plans to ramp up its movie business
arrow_tipZee TV to air periodic drama ‘Lajwanti’
arrow_tipMahesh Bhatt to host a show, says TV content quality up
arrow_tipHotstar launches new original series ‘M Bole Toh’ with RJ Malishka as host
arrow_tipEuropean firm Altice to buy Cablevision for $17.7 bn in fast-consolidating US cable market
arrow_tipRovi enhances video metadata in India
arrow_tipMTV Bollyland back with third season; to make international debut
TDSAT
arrow_tipTDSAT to hear DTH licence fee case on 12 Oct as SC disposes of appeals
arrow_tipTDSAT allows broadcasters to ink RIO deal with GTPL for Jaipur
arrow_tipTDSAT directs Sun TV and MSO Vision Digital Cable to execute fresh interconnect pact
INDIA STORIES
arrow_tip DTH, regional MSOs to drive digitisation, says report
arrow_tip I&B officials likely to get smartphones
arrow_tip Sports Management Group Indian Tigers to help cricket development in Russia
arrow_tip Facebook won’t withdraw internet.org from India
arrow_tip Probe report on Google only a ‘beginning’, says CCI chief Ashok Chawla
arrow_tip TDSAT quashes Loop’s Rs 2,200 crore claim
arrow_tip Amazon India fashion and lifestyle head Vikas Purohit quits
Source: Economic Times
arrow_tip P.V. Chandran elected INS president for 2015-16
arrow_tip Business Lounge with Ferzad Palia
arrow_tip Facebook adds new way for journalists to embed user posts
arrow_tip BCCI asks Supreme Court if Srinivasan can attend board meetings
arrow_tip The turnover has risen; the number of books per year has come down: Kapish Mehra
arrow_tip Horror film Maya thrills, Katti Batti disappoints among week’s releases
arrow_tip Twenty five people who matter in Indian e-commerce
arrow_tip Alibaba’s wipeout leaves investors asking what’s next
Source: Livemint
arrow_tip TV industry is immune to macro-shocks: Ashok Hinduja
arrow_tip Baseline to bring Liverpool FC’s coaching to UAE
arrow_tip Katti Batti is beset by bad direction and gigantic cliches
Source: Business Standard
arrow_tip ENIL, HT Media up on auction: IDFC mixed on FM radio stocks
Source: Moneycontrol.com
arrow_tip ‘MSG 2: The Messenger’ opens in 2000 screens pan India
arrow_tip Maharashtra government transfers Sheena Bora murder case to Central Bureau of Investigation
Source: Indian Express
GLOBAL STORIES
arrow_tip Universal TV Extends First-Look Deal with Peter Horton
Source: Variety
arrow_tip A+E Networks Shake-up Leads to a New History Chief
Source: Ad Week
arrow_tip Cable Cord-Cutting Problem Seen As ‘Overblown’ By Media Execs At Goldman Sachs Conference
Source: International Business Times
arrow_tip TV Ad Spending on Rebound After Anemic Run, Merrill Analyst Says
Source: AdAge.com
arrow_tip DC Entertainment To Give Classic Batman Writer Credit in ‘Gotham’ and ‘Batman v Superman’
arrow_tip ITV CEO Reiterates Company Has No Sale Plans, Talks Discovery Deal Chatter
Source: Hollywood Reporter
arrow_tip Founder of blocker for ad-blockers tells media: ‘It’s war’
arrow_tip Deezer launches first UK TV ad with Channel 4
Source: Media Week
arrow_tip Prime time traffic jam in TV’s toughest time slots
Source: STLtoday.com
arrow_tip Mediaset Italia stays unencrypted
Source: Broadband TV News
arrow_tip Sandvine: Netflix making international gains
arrow_tip BBC to launch US OTT service
arrow_tip PwC: Digital fuels Africa entertainment growth
Source: Advanced Television
arrow_tip Two Hollywood ‘Producers’ Arrested in Alleged $21 Million Movie Investment Scheme
arrow_tip ‘Doctor Who’ Star Leaving the Show
Source: TV Week
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