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Daily Post 20-11-2014

Thursday 20 November 2014
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COVER STORY

Cable networks can run local ‘affairs’ channels, no need to lower FDI: TRAI

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While allowing cable ops to run local ‘affairs’ channels, TRAI made it clear that there could be no transmit of national or international news by them. It also recommended that there is no need to bring FDI in line with the satellite news broadcasters.
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MAIN STORIES

TRAI caps platform services channels offered by cable and DTH

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TRAI has recommended that a maximum of 15 PS channels could be offered by the DPOs in DAS areas. In non-DAS areas, DPOs can offer a maximum…
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DPOs need to register PS channels with MIB: TRAI

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While TRAI has recommended that no annual fees should be imposed on PS channels, it has suggested that a one-time registration fee of Rs…
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Other Stories

arrow_tip Sahara One scraps TV content MoU with Trilogic Digital Media

arrow_tip TRAI brings Platforms Services run by DPOs under regulatory framework

arrow_tip MIB issues format of security clearance for TV channels

arrow_tip &pictures to premiere ‘Manjunath’ on 19 Nov

arrow_tip Vh1 to live telecast 42nd American Music Awards

arrow_tip Epic to present preview episodes exclusively on Tata Sky

arrow_tip SoftBank picks up 30% stake in Housing.com

arrow_tip China blocks several websites

arrow_tip Discovery HD World to launch ‘Deserts and Life’

arrow_tip Nielsen to track online streaming services in US

arrow_tip Bloomberg TV India appoints Amol Maheshwari as national sales head

arrow_tip Netflix to expand to Australia and New Zealand in March 2015

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INDIA STORIES

arrow_tipTRAI recommends online registration system for platform services

arrow_tipZomato’s valuation quadruples in a year after Vy Capital pumps in money

arrow_tipA Raja, others arranged proceeds of crime for Kalaignar TV: Enforcement Directorate officer

arrow_tipYahoo to replace Google as default US Firefox search engine

arrow_tipFlipkart founders invest in an offline games start-up

arrow_tipGavaskar hits out at Meiyyapan, questions Srinivasan’s silence

arrow_tipIBM launches business e-mail that integrates social media

arrow_tipSmartphone subscriptions to reach 6.1 billion in 2020: Ericsson

SOURCE: Economic Times

arrow_tipBuzzFeed in partnership with WeChat

arrow_tipWhatsApp encrypts user messages following moves by Google, Apple

arrow_tipSoftBank invests around $75 million in Housing.com

arrow_tipPotential of Internet of Things in India

SOURCE: Livemint

arrow_tipDolby Institute interested in setting up centre in India

arrow_tipZomato fund infusion positive for Info Edge

arrow_tipIndia’s Internet userbase to cross 300 mn by December-end

arrow_tipZoho looks to compete with Microsoft, Google in India

SOURCE: Business Standard

GLOBAL STORIES

arrow_tipCable Providers, Marketing Experts at CTAM Canada Connect with TV Everywhere

SOURCE: Mediacast

arrow_tipMusic Giant Sony Questions the Value of ‘Freemium’ Music Streaming

arrow_tipViewership Is Up but Ratings Are Down—What’s Going On?

SOURCE: Ad Week

arrow_tipDreamWorks Animation Deal Talks Sabotaged by Anonymous Letter

arrow_tipBerlin Film Festival Director Dieter Kosslick Extends Contract Until 2019

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter

arrow_tipCoronation Street plans live episode to celebrate 60 years of ITV

SOURCE: Media Week

arrow_tipSFR launches FTTH TV offer with Numericable
arrow_tipOfcom opens up 700 MHz for mobile broadband

arrow_tipNielsen can measure Netflix and Amazon

SOURCE: Advanced Television

arrow_tipTurner Warns That Dish May Drop Additional Networks, Urges Viewers to Switch Providers

arrow_tipDiscovery Inks Deal to Bring Pro Wrestling League to TV

SOURCE: TV Week

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