MUMBAI: At a time when reaching a million views is considered the gold standard of online success, Kochi-based social media marketing firm Socioblend has orders pouring in from singers and production houses who want to boost views on songs, teasers and trailers on YouTube.
SAN FRANCISCO: YouTube is rolling out a new service “YouTube Music” on May 22 to seperate the music and film components on the Google-owned video-sharing platform.
Trivia app BrainBaazi has partnered with AirtelNSE 0.28 % TV to launch a live cricket quiz show called ‘Airtel TV Free Hit Live’. BrainBaazi is owned by Times Internet, the largest digital products company in India.
The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata, has certified TV audience measurement agency BARC India’s sampling methodology and panel design, the joint industry body said in a statement.
Sun TVNSE 0.92 % Network advanced over 12 per cent on Monday morning as its March quarter results gathered steam.
NEW DELHI: Smriti Irani’s tenure as the information & broadcasting minister lasted less than a year, but the stint was littered with controversies. Although Irani was moved out of the human resources development ministry two years ago, she got complete charge of I&B only in September 2017.
With most Indian Premier League (IPL) match innings slipping past the stipulated 90-minute mark, one would expect chaos at the official broadcaster’s end. But industry executives said StarNSE -2.40 % India is not concerned — far from it. Longer play time means more advertising moolah for the broadcaster.
MUMBAI: The closing matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) may see a telecast on Hindi mass entertainment channel Star Plus as the broadcaster looks for ways to boost the tournament’s reach on TV, which has dipped from the previous year.
India will have around 969 million Internet users by 2021, Union Minister Smriti Zubin Irani said today and pitched for putting in place “laws, ethics and rules” to ensure that no one player dominated the digital media industry.
LONDON: Vodafone has agreed to pay $21.8 billion to buy Liberty Global’s assets in Germany and eastern Europe to take the fight to rivals with a broader range of superfast cable TV, broadband