Community Radio Raabta 90.8 MHz of the PG department of journalism and mass communication of Doaba College, Jalandhar, celebrated the World Radio Day by getting registered at UNESCO’s website for the third consecutive year and by broadcasting three hours programme today based on UNESCO’s theme ‘Dialogue Tolerance and Peace’. On the occasion, Radio Raabta 90.8 […]
The much-touted cable TV digitisation is moving at a snail’s pace in Kashmir where a majority of the areas are still to be covered under the drive. The operators still prefer analog system over digital set-top boxes.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) imposed a Rs 1,585 crore penalty on satellite services provider Devas Multimedia Ltd, its directors and foreign investors for illegal foreign investment of Rs 579 crore against the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) 1999, the agency said on Sunday.
Media firm NDTV group’s digital arm NDTV Convergence on Friday said it had signed a five-year deal worth over Rs 300 crore with content recommendations engine Taboola.
Hours after former Union Minister P Chidambaram was granted protection from coercive action, the CBI on Tuesday pressed for his custodial interrogation in the INX Media graft case, alleging it was necessary as he remained evasive.
Avnindra Mohan, president – Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, has been selected as the winner of the prestigious award in the category “CA Distinguished Achiever-2017” for exceptional performances and achievements by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).
The theme conceived by Prime Minister Narendra Modi “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” has been released as a national integration song. It has been composed by music legend Pandit Bhajan Sopori and music maestro Abhay Rustum Sopori, and produced by All India Radio, Akashwani, to mark the 69th Republic Day.
The Cabinet today approved levying entertainment tax on local cable connections and slashing it for direct-to-home (DTH) connections to ensure level-playing field.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has put a satellite TV channel, DY 365, based in Guwahati off air for 72 hours effective from 0001 hour on December 15 to 0001 hour of December 18 for violating provisions of Cable Television Network Rules, 1994.
A state government’s move to levy revised entertainment tax on direct-to-home (DTH) and cable connections is set to be delayed.
After communicating to its over 70% subscribers using 2G and 3G technologies for the mobile phones to either shift to the Reliance Communications’ (RCom) 4G services or port out to another service provider, the ADAG-controlled company is set to close its Direct-to-Home (DTH) service as well.