The Indian Information Service (IIS) officers have knocked at the doors of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to protest their “mindless” mass transfers by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, particularly of officers nearing retirement.
RIL on Tuesday said it will acquire 5 per cent stake in NYSE listed Eros International for Rs 10 billion with a view to producing and acquiring Indian films and digital originals across all languages.
Star India Pvt Ltd on Monday won the rights for audio-visual production services for Indian Premier League (IPL) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Domestic Cricket for the 2018-19 season.
Even as television made its way deeper into India, over-the-top platform Hotstar in 2017 saw a significant surge in consumption of its content in non-metro towns and cities, specifically those with populations between 100,000 and one million.
On any evening, those watching primetime television news debates in India may get the impression that women rarely have opinions worth airing on any subject–politics, economy, stock market or geopolitics.
AT&T, one of the nation’s biggest marketers, has yet to return to YouTube nearly a year after pulling its advertising from the platform because of concerns that it could appear alongside offensive material.
Touting the directives of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (I&B) as contempt of the Prasar Bharati Act, 1990, the board of the public broadcaster declined all the directives given by the ministry.
Not all is well at public broadcaster Prasar Bharati. The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (I&B) and the board of Prasar Bharati are at loggerheads over the appointment of a director in the governing board.
Star India has attracted 11 brands for its ‘reimagined’ telecast of the Vivo Indian Premier League. The annual T-20 extravaganza changed hands after Star recently bagged it with a Rs 163.48-billion bid for five years. This is the first time the IPL will be available on the same network on TV and digital platforms.
STAR India has attracted 11 brands for its telecast of the Vivo Indian Premier League (IPL). After the network’s winning bid of the annual T20 for Rs 163.5 billion to telecast for five years, this is the first time the IPL will be available on the same network on TV and digital.