As per survey carried out amongst 1003 internet users via mobile phones by consumer research company Qriously for Ampere Analysis, nearly 22% US households will subscribe to the new Disney+ SVoD service.
The direct to home (DTH) operator Independent TV has been given a last chance by the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) to pay dues of Antrix Corporation or face disconnection of transponder service.
Investor in digital content making production houses, Rainshine Entertainment is now aiming to raise $50-75 million to further boost its investment. The company has significant stakes in production house Culture Machine, Weirdass Comedy, and Kinsane Entertainment.
Laldingliana Sailo, the former DD & All India Radio News Editor died on 8 June 2019 in Aizawl at the age of 76. Sailo was suffering from leukaemia since April 2019.
To enable everyone to watch the ongoing cricket world cup matches, the national broadcaster Prasar Bharati has directed all direct to home (DTH) and multi system operators (MSOs) to unblock the live-stream of DD Sports.
Little Dot Studios has been given the mandate by ICC to handle latter’s official YouTube channel during the on-going Cricket World Cup. Little Dot Studios’ mandate includes optimising match highlights during the World Cup.
As per TV viewership rating agency BARC India’s report for week 22, TV18-owned CNN-News18 has dethroned Republic TV to become the number one English news channel with 2.17 million impressions, followed by Republic TV with 1.8 million impressions, Times Now (1.2 million impressions), DD India (0.7 million), India Today Television (0.53 million).
PwC’s Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2019–2023 report said that India’s over-the-top (OTT) video market will grow at a 21.8% CAGR from Rs 4464 crore in 2018 to Rs 11,976 crore in 2023.
On 3 June, the new Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar held a meeting with top officials of Prasar Bharati and said that the government will retain the autonomy of Prasar Bharati,
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