The leading broadcaster Star India has unveiled a new campaign to announce their Disney Kids Pack, following the success of the Star Value Pack. The kids pack includes four television channels - Disney Channel, Hungama, Marvel HQ and Disney Junior. These channels will be distributed by Star India. The campaign brings to light a very strong insight on the television viewing habits of families in India and highlights the need for kids to watch content that is tailor-made for them.
Those employing children in film and TV related activities may face action, as the Union Labour and Employment Ministry has raised its concern over violations of child labour rules in film and television and asked the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to ensure “strict compliance” by the industry with the norms on working conditions for children, as well as the inclusion of mandatory disclaimers when they appear on screen.
On 18 July, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) directed all existing multi system operators (MSOs) as well as fresh applicants of MSO licences to submit affidavits pledging that they would carry all 24 DD Channels, besides Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha TV channels on their network.
As per BARC rating, post the cricket world cup 2019, Star Sports 1 Hindi’s weekly impressions has come down to 110.5 crore in week 28. In previous week, it was 150.7 crore. Despite fall in impression, Star Sports 1 Hindi has retained its position as the top pay channel across genres. Star Maa and Zee TV have swapped positions while the rest of the table remained unchanged.
The general election advertising and strong growth in subscription income post the implementation of new tariff order (NTO) has led to the revenue jump of the leading broadcaster TV18. The group’s consolidated revenue for the quarter ended 31st March has gone up 10% to Rs 1198 crore from Rs 1088 crore in the same quarter of the previous FY.
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