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The controversy-prone channel Republic TV is still ahead of channels of its genre, though its weekly impressions dropped 19.55% to 1.7 million impressions in Week 20. Times Now stands at number two, and was almost half of Republic TV’s weekly impressions. Times Now also saw a drop in its impressions as did the other three channels in the top 5. NDTV 24×7 fell to the bottom of the table. India Today TV recovered to grab the No. 3 position. CNN News18 too moved up to the 4th position. 

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The Union Cabinet has abolished the 25-year old Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB). Now the administrative ministries and departments will process applications for foreign direct investment (FDI) requiring government approval. The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) will process the FDI applications related to the media and entertainment sector. 

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Doordarshan has recorded faster growth than All India Radio (AIR) in FY17. The national broadcaster posted 9.5% growth in revenue during this period, while AIR grew by just 1.79%. DD’s revenue stood at Rs 827.51 crore in FY17 compared to Rs 755.79 crore a year ago. AIR, on the other hand, has reported revenue of Rs 455 crore in FY17, up from Rs 447.76 crore a year ago. 

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Doordarshan has recorded faster growth than All India Radio (AIR) in FY17. The national broadcaster posted 9.5% growth in revenue during this period, while AIR grew by just 1.79%. DD’s revenue stood at Rs 827.51 crore in FY17 compared to Rs 755.79 crore a year ago. AIR, on the other hand, has reported revenue of Rs 455 crore in FY17, up from Rs 447.76 crore a year ago. 

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Big FM has launched a retro station (94.3 FM) in Lucknow on 23rd May. Recently, it added seven stations in Maharashtra, and its goal is to bring in a new wave of timeless Hindi music in the city by building on its distinctive and pioneering retro format on radio. Jolly LLB 2 famed actress Huma Qureshi launched 94.3 FM in Lucknow and flagged off ‘Studio on Wheels’, a RJ marathon in the city. The shooting of Jolly LLB2 was mostly done in this city.

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Broadcaster NDTV and Mastercard have together launched ‘Cashless Bano India’, which aims at popularizing digital forms of payments through an on-ground and TV campaign. The volunteers will educate the people about digital payment solutions and encourage its usage for everyday spends. 

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 08:19

Star to launch Star Sports Tamil

Star India is set to launch another regional sports channel - Star Sports Tamil, as well as standard definition (SD) versions of Star Sports Select HD1 and HD2. 

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 08:09

18% GST for cable & DTH services

The government has fixed 18% GST for cable TV and direct-to-home (DTH) services. According to industry experts, the move will bring some relief to cable and DTH companies as well as consumers as it will lead to tax savings for them, which would lower the prices of these services. GST has ended multiple taxations. 

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To cash in on the summer vacation, Big Magic is telecasting a two-month animation film festival ‘Chutti Express’. The shows started on May 20 and the list contains 10 animation movies (7 to 9 pm every weekend) as part of the film festival. 

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Aamir Khan’s brilliant film on girl child empowerment ‘Dangal’ has crossed Rs. 1500-cr mark after its makers took a highly ambitious move by releasing the dubbed version in China. It became the only film to run side by side with Baahubali 2 in terms of money collection. Prior to Baahubali 2 release, Dangal was the highest grosser at the box office.

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The broadcaster of history based shows Epic Television Networks is going to transform from Hindi GEC to an infotainment channel in June. It has also come up with a new tagline - ‘India ka infotainment channel’. The channel will phase out the existing fiction content in coming months. 

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Those who grew up in 1990s know well about the magical charm of ‘Chandrakanta; the most expensive TV serial at that time on DD. Now Colors TV channel is set to launch the remake of Doordarshan’s hit show ‘Chandrakanta’ in June. Colors has retained the original title for the new version, which is being produced by Balaji Telefilms. The serial ran on DD from 1994 to 1996.

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The free-to-air (FTA) channel India 24x7 has been rebranded as Zee Hindustani by Zee Media Corporation Ltd (ZMCL), and will be live from May 21. 

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Big FM has launched 5 new stations in Maharashtra. It has already two stations in Mumbai and Solapur. The new stations will operate under 95.0 in Pune, and 92.7 in Nagpur, Ahmednagar, Kolhapur and Aurangabad. With the launch of these new stations, Big FM will have a strong foothold across seven key markets, catering to a wider set of audiences, thereby enabling advertisers and stakeholders to acquire an increased visibility in the region. 

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Country’s telecom regulator TRAI has said that the private sector should be permitted to launch satellites to expand the internet footprint in the country.

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A seminar was held at Chandigarh on May 20. The event was organized by the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT). TDSAT launched its new website during the seminar.

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Infuriated that their request was unheard by the BARC, English News Channels have left the council. These English news channels are affiliated to the NBA; they have also removed watermarking from their feeds after the TV ratings agency released the weekly viewership data on May 18.

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Republic TV, which has been in the midst of several controversies since its launch, has left its rivals far behind in BARC Weekly Ratings. It became the most-watched news channel in the country in its launch week. This infuriated other English news channels which have exited from the council. They have also sought action against Republic for alleged unethical distribution practices. 

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Does it make any sense to appoint busy celebrities in the Rajya Sabha and on other important boards when we know that they will be mostly absent? 

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Batting for an independent body of journalists to replace the National News Broadcasters (NBA), Republic TV’s founder Arnab Goswami said that NBA is a cabal of a few broadcasters. He also called it ‘toothless’.

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