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Daily Post 30-09-2014

Tuesday 30 September 2014
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MSOs meet to work out common course of action on Star’s decision to offer channels only on RIO


MSOs met in Mumbai on Monday to work out a common course of action that included phase-wise de-activation of the Star channels so that they could be offered to consumers on a la carte basis as per their choice. 
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SN Sharma quits DEN


DEN Networks CEO SN Sharma has put in his papers, ending his seven years stint at the company. He has been one of the founding members of…
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Dish TV to raise Rs 200 crore via debentures


Opening on 30 September and closing on 1 October, the issue will help Dish TV to replace existing high-cost debt with the new low-cost...
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arrow_tip India’s richest racing to own sports teams: Forbes

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arrow_tip ZEEL allots 22.3 mn shares to DMCL as part of demerger scheme

arrow_tip Mirriad, Universal Music and Havas join hands for native in-video advertising

arrow_tip Romedy Now celebrates the festive season

arrow_tip Discovery Science pays homage to Steve Jobs

arrow_tip Rajdeep Sardesai assaulted by Modi supporters outside Madison Square

arrow_tip Qatari telco launches Zee Family pack on Mozaic TV n

arrow_tip Japan’s SoftBank eyes acquisition of DreamWorks Animation

arrow_tip Sky Perfect to introduce 4K channels in March 2015



arrow_tipGoogle India signs pact with Andhra Pradesh govt to enable Digital AP vision

arrow_tipFacebook debuts Atlas ad server tracking users across devices

arrow_tip‘New Yorker’ magazine’s covers shift from polite to provocative

arrow_tipLiterary lions join protest against Amazon

arrow_tipInstagram reportedly blocked in China amid Hong Kong protests

SOURCE: Livemint

arrow_tipPVR to raise Rs. 500 cr through QIP

arrow_tipTamil Nadu film industry to shut today in protest

SOURCE: Hindu Business Line

arrow_tip“My dream to own a newspaper is dead”

arrow_tipHrithik Roshan’s ‘Bang Bang’ to ink a Bollywood record

SOURCE: Financial Express

arrow_tipGoogle inks MoU with Andhra Pradesh to support state’s IT vision

arrow_tipSoftBank Corp: DreamWorks Animation’s surprise suitor

arrow_tipSnapdeal, Flipkart and Amazon may spend up to Rs 200 crore this festive season

SOURCE: Economic Times

arrow_tipTata Sky targets south India with robust content and marketing

arrow_tipJeff Bezos reminds Flipkart he is the boss

arrow_tipMicrosoft likely to unveil Windows 9 in India today

SOURCE: Business Standard

arrow_tipGovt goes all out to make PM’s first radio broadcast a success

SOURCE: Times of India

arrow_tipCasio appoints A.R. Rahman as brand ambassador



arrow_tipCanada Regulator Bars Google, Netlfix From TV Review

SOURCE: Bloomberg

arrow_tipAOL, Publicis Group Expand Partnership Into Programmatic Video

arrow_tipCan Mobile Rule the Ad World?


arrow_tipMovistar TV increases subscribers in struggling market

SOURCE: Rapid tv news

arrow_tipJenna Elfman Inks Talent Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

arrow_tipRupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox Pay Rises Slightly to $29.2 Million

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter

arrow_tipApple TV and Roku Have Broken the 30 Million Mark: Is Cable Doomed?

SOURCE: Motley Fool

arrow_tipBauer Media takes Magic national as part of digital push

SOURCE: Media Week

arrow_tipOrange Romania reports 110,000 DTH subs

arrow_tipAMC F1 rights for Czech Republic, Slovakia

arrow_tipNetflix Digital Media Player viewing surges

SOURCE: Advanced Television

arrow_tipWorld’s Largest Independent TV Producer Names CEO


arrow_tipFCC Considers Regulations for Web-Video Services

SOURCE: Wall Street Journal

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