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Online news readership jumps 34% in India: comScore

The report from comScore Media Metrix service suggests a significant growth in daily readership of news and information content in the past year, with an increase of 34 per cent to 9.4 million average daily visitors to the category

RBNL gets shareholder nod to raise funds via QIB

The announcement comes at a time when RBNL board has approved delisting plan and the shareholders’ approval is pending on the same.

Graphic India to launch comic series on Krissh

Filmkraft Productions, Graphics India and Hungama Digital partner to launch original digital comic series on Krissh.

MIB to start FM Radio phase-III e-auction process in October

The Minister for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tewari has announced the rollout of the e-auction process for FM phase III auctions in the radio sector.

Radio City back with Super Singer V

Radio City returns with season five of its singing talent hunt show. The winner of Radio City Super Singer will also feature on Freedom Hour on the station.

Radio One takes Mumbai and Delhi online

Radio One introduces online streaming of its Mumbai and Delhi international stations. The webcast is a re-broadcast of existing terrestrial radio stations.

FM radio Phase II – a sneak into the past

The Ministry for Information and Broadcasting set up The Radio Broadcast Policy committee to formulate the policy to govern the opening of FM Phase II in India.

Signing of GOPA keeps FM Phase III on hold

The delay in signing GOPA by players is acting as an obstacle in the progress of FM Phase III auctions. By early 2013, 25 players applied for migration.

FM Phase III auctions face several issues

Inspite of the government committing to commence the FM Phase III auctions, issues of e-auction, license fee, channel spacing still loom over broadcasters.

TRAI for liberalising FDI in broadcast and FM radio

TRAI proposes upping the cap in news television and private FM radio broadcasting to 49 per cent and 100 per cent FDI in carriage services.