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Daily Post 23-05-2014

Friday 23 May 2014
COVER STORY
ZEEL’s sports biz loss to stay in Rs 1 bn range in FY15
Zee Entertainment Enterprises turned around its sports biz in Q4 but has guided for a loss under Rs 1 billion in FY15 as it will have lower programming costs in absence of live India-specific cricket series on its sports channels. In FY14, sports rev stood at Rs 660 crore and loss at Rs 97.5 crore.
MAIN STORIES
TDSAT adjourns DTH licence fee case till 8 July
The TDSAT has adjourned the DTH licence fee case till 8 July. The DTH operators now have a week’s time to file their rejoinders.
Hindi GECs play second fiddle to Narendra Modi in election results week
Till 10 May, the Hindi GEC genre was affected by the onslaught of IPL. But it was the news genre, especially Hindi news, which doubled its genre share in the…
OTHER STORIES
After TV, ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’ reigns on Facebook
New channel launches dent ZMCL’s FY14 performance
Flipkart acquires Myntra in biggest e-commerce deal
Discovery Channel to pay tribute to Sherpas in ‘Everest Avalanche Tragedy’
Zee Café to launch American drama ‘The Good Wife’
MTV unveils third season of ‘Nano Drive with MTV’
Vdopia partners BlueKai for advanced mobile video targeting
Disney beefs up studios team with senior level appointments
BBC Worldwide signs two programme sales deals in Thailand
Parry Ravindranathan appointed as first MD of Bloomberg Media APAC
Mindshare elevates Vinod Thadani to chief digital officer South Asia 
Ratings highlights: Sony Entertainment, Life OK gain in week 20 

 

INDIA STORIES
ZEEL forays into ThailandWith fashion on its mind, Flipkart acquires Myntra

eBay asks users to change passwords after cyber attack

Source: Business Standard

Zee Entertainment to enter Thai market through ‘Zee Nung’ channel

Broadcom, Qualcomm Inc, MediaTek aim to tap India’s 4G boom

Pragyan Ojha advertises for PETA as caged tiger

Flipkart acquires Myntra, to invest $100 mln in fashion business

Source: Economic Times

Apex court refuses N Srinivasan’s plea to reinstate him as BCCI President

Source: Hindu Business Line

Zee Entertainment earmarks Rs. 100 cr for new channelDigital payment industry to touch ?1.2 lakh cr by year-end

Australian TV network slashes news jobs by half

Arthur Gelb, influential NY Times editor, dies

Source: Hindu Business Line

TV viewership on 16 May: Who won the battle?

‘Flipkart, Myntra together can tackle e-commerce competition in India’

From Amazon to Alibaba: Flipkart adopts new role model

Facebook, Google say Bill to curb NSA spying falls short

Source: Livemint

No plans to sell off or shut TV unit, says Sony chiefChinese co in talks to buy stake in RCom undersea cable biz

Source: Business Standard

Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Bambai Fairytale’ gets new titleRani Mukerji to direct a film for husband Aditya Chopra’s ‘YRF’?

Source: Indian Express

Madras High Court not to interfere with tax exemption to Rajinikanth film Kochadaiyaan
Source: DNA
Madhur Bhandarkar plans a biopic on Narendra ModiSource: Hindustan Times
GLOBAL STORIES
Broadcasting watchdog partially upholds complaint against RTÉSource: Irish Times

Cable Outruns Telecom in Broadband Race

Source: Zacks.com

Could Aereo Disrupt The Mainstream Cable Television Industry?Source: TheStreet.com

Here Is Your First Look at the New Disney Channel Logo

Source: Ad Week

Liberty Global launches Horizon in PolandHBO content lands on Amazon Prime

Source: Advanced Television

Slowdown for Russian pay-TV

Source: Broadband TV News

ESPN Reveals the New Home of ‘SportsCenter’Dick Clark Productions Plans Memory Test TV Show

WE tv Orders Horror Series From Eli Roth, Jason Blum

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Syfy Lands Cable Rights to a Swords and Sandals SeriesFox’s ‘Idol’ Finale Plunges From a Year Ago

Source: TV Week

Is media doing enough to attract talent?Royal London Group sponsors Channel 5’s One Day cricket

Source: Media Week

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