As the exclusive television and digital rights holder for India and the subcontinent, SPN will provide more than 200 hours of coverage for each edition of the Australian Open.
As per the report, the current process is “accurate and unbiased” and recommended BARC India to continue to follow the process as it is.
Kerala-born Hariharan had begun his career at 18 with The Times of India where he last served as financial editor before he moved to The Economic Times as its first editor in 1961.
ZEE on Friday dropped the MRP of six of its GECs – Zee TV, Zee Marathi, Zee Bangla, Zee Telugu, Zee Kannada and Zee Sarthak — to Rs 12 per month for every individual channel as part of a ‘Festive Bonanza Offer’.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has asked cable and satellite TV providers to allow consumers to access and modify their subscription plans via Trai app.
Crypt TV and Abundantia will co-produce two horror series and bring the Crypt brand to India and create new scary intellectual property (IP).
The promoters of the Essel Group, which owns ZEE, have been selling assets to meet debt obligations.
The new role is in addition to Khan’s existing responsibility of Sony Entertainment Television and Studio NEXT.
IBF says regulator’s intervention ‘premature’, to have disastrous results.
Prior to Firework, Nair was COO of Alt Balaji for over 4 years, the subscription-led video streaming service owned by Balaji Telefilms.
As per reports, the DTH operator may announce the launch of the Android set top boxes as soon as this Diwali.
As per the sixth edition of the report, IPL brand value has surged to Rs 47,500 crore, from Rs 41,800 crore last season.
Founded on September 15, 1959, Doordarshan revolutionized the television circuit in India and ensured a balance between information and entertainment.
When Jallikattu premiered at TIFF, it was evident that Pellissery had mastered the mind of the bull.
Billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led company is slated to launch optical fibre-based JioFibre broadband service from September 5.
This is the first media investment by the Rs 400 crore Indian buyout fund
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