New Delhi: The Prasar Bharati Board gave its approval to finalise free dish policy for Doordarshan. The decision came at a meeting of the board of the public service broadcaster held on Monday where it was decided to finalise the policy and submit it to the Union information and broadcasting ministry for its approval.
New Delhi: Broadcasters have vehemently opposed the government proposal to auction licenses for satellite television channels and objected to a hike in license and processing fee claiming that the government should not aim to maximise its revenue by overburdening industry with unreasonable levies.
New Delhi: Promoter group entities of Dish TV have made an offer to buy an additional 26 per cent equity stake from public shareholders of the direct-to-home (DTH) player for Rs 3,701 crore.
New Delhi: The Information and Broadcasting Ministry released Rs 208 crore for the salaries of the employees of Doordarshan and All India Radio (AIR) on February 28, Prasar Bharati CEO SS Vempati said on Sunday.
New Delhi: Prasar Bharati CEO SS Vempati has clarified that Rs 208 crore released by the public broadcaster towards staff salaries on February 28 were from its reserves.
YouTube began labelling news broadcasts that get government money as it vowed to be stricter about content at the globally popular online video-sharing service.
You must have already seen it on your timeline already, stacked neatly in-between your suggested YouTube flicks — the breaking news section on YouTube. This is Google’s latest attempt at capturing more viewers and keeping them involved for a longer period of time.
When it comes to music streaming, Google’s Play Music is at forefront of the category with a collection 40 million songs and counting. The service provides the latest numbers from the music industry along with a number of localised Internet radios. Google also has its paid premium video streaming service by the name of YouTube…
New Delhi: The National Company Law Tribunal on July 27 approved merger of satellite TV service providers Dish TV and Videocon D2h, paving the way for creation of country’s largest direct-to-home service provider.
Lahore (Pakistan): A ban on telecast of Indian teleplays, imposed by Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), was lifted by the Lahore Court on Tuesday.