A Kenyan high court has suspended a government shutdown of three private TV channels that was prompted by their coverage of opposition leader Raila Odinga’s self-proclaimed presidential inauguration on Tuesday, one of the channels reported on its twitter feed.
Mirc Electronics Ltd., which makes Onida brand of products, is setting up an LED TV panel assembly plant at Wada, Maharashtra, said a top executive.
YouTube, the popular video sharing website, expects to more than double its user base in India in the next three years, said a top official.
GST Network, providing technology backbone for the new tax regime, said it has completed all software trials and testings necessary to successfully rollout GST from July 1. Over 66 lakh taxpayers have enrolled on the GSTN portal, chairman Navin Kumar said.
Journalists from various groups and organisations held a protest march at the Press Club Hyderabad against the one-day ban proposed on NDTV India.
oordarshan (Sapthagiri) is keen to be part of the capital formation at Amaravati and the government-controlled broadcaster is moving briskly to update its wherewithal to be part of the historic happening.
Tata Sky has partnered with Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit and her husband Shriram Nene’s RnM Moving Picture to launch ‘Dance Studio’, which will help its interested subscribers learn various forms of dancing.
Shares of New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV) fell 2.6 per cent on Friday after the company said that it had received a notice from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on alleged violation of the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
Broadcasting firm Sun TV Network is mulling a buyback of its equity shares and has formed a committee to examine the proposal.
The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has banned the screening of a documentary film on beef eating practices, which was slated to be screened at the Jeevika Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival 2015.“The film was supposed to be screened on Saturday at the festival in New Delhi, but we were informed by the organisers that we would…