Noida-based Visual Technologies India Private Limited (VTIPL) is eyeing big revenue growth in FY19 after a lackluster performance in FY18. VTIPL, which posted revenue of Rs 40 crore in H1 FY19, is expecting a revenue of Rs 90 crore for the full fiscal.
The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has no plans to bring social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter under its purview. The digital platforms come under the jurisdiction of the ministry of communications.
English business news channel Business Television India (BTVI) has gone free to air (FTA) in the new tariff regime of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). Earlier, the channel was designated as a pay channel with an MRP of Rs 3.