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  • Budget 2013: CNBC TV18 beats the rest March 8, 2013

    CNBC TV18 has emerged as the clear winner as far as the race for the leadership position for business channels coverage of the Union Budget is concerned. Despite its bevy of competitors, CNBC TV18 has managed to stay ahead and remain the head of the pack. Here's what the share of...
  • NDTV sues Nielsen over TAM rating 'manipulation' July 31, 2012

    New Delhi: New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) has sued The Nielsen Co. for allegedly manipulating TAM ratings data in favour of broadcasters who 'paid' money. Filing a detailed 194page suit in New York's Supreme Court on July 26, the network has sought billions of dollars in damages from the ratings...
  • HRD panel to examine unregulated media institutes April 11, 2012

    New Delhi: To check the mushrooming growth of unregulated media institutes which charge exorbitant fees but provide sub standard education, the HRD ministry has formed an interministerial task force. Several senior journalists like Sanjay Baru, NDTV's Managing Editor Sonia Singh, 'Indian Express' EditorinChief Shekhar Gupta, Editor of 'The Hindu' Siddharth Varadharajan...
  • It's war: Channels launch new shows to grab attention June 5, 2009

    Mumbai: As soon as the IPL mania got over on the May 24, it's the Hindi entertainment channels that have taken over everyone by storm, giving television a facelift. Two months after Colors broke Star Plus' nine year dream run at the top spot, Zee TV has pushed Star Plus...
  • Soaps gain lather again: TV workers call off strike November 19, 2008

    Mumbai: Television industry workers on Wednesday called off their strike in a relief to millions of TV viewers, who have been forced to watch repeat telecasts of their favourite serials. "All the disputes between workers and producers have been settled and we are signing an agreement," said vice president of Indian...
  • TV workers strike to be called off on Wednesday November 19, 2008

    Mumbai: The ongoing dispute between TV workers and producers may come to an end on Wednesday. The producers and broadcasters met in Mumbai to reach a consensus on the issue which may result in the strike being called off. The Federation of Western Cine Employees (FWICE) was on a strike demanding...
  • Out of the idiot box: What's the new alternative to TV November 13, 2008

    Mumbai: As the TV producers continue their strike people have found interesting ways to spend their time and entertain themselves. Many agree that there is life away from the idiot box and for those preparing for exams, switching off the tube really helps. People are longing to watch their favourite programmes...
  • Cine workers' strike continues, TV industry in doldrums November 10, 2008

    Mumbai: The disagreement between the cine workers and producers associations has taken its toll production has come to a halt and advertisers have issued a 10day ultimatum to the channels to telecast fresh programmes if they wanted sponsors to stick with them. Meanwhile, seven main broadcasters have threatened a blackout...
  • No new TV serials as workersproducers fight November 9, 2008

    Mumbai: Hindi general entertainment channels are going to only show old episodes of serials from Sunday midnight. Due to the ongoing feud between entertainment channels and show producers the channels may not go ahead with any fresh programming and till the channels and producers reach a settlement, viewers will have to...
  • TV channels to rerun serials due to workers' strike November 8, 2008

    New Delhi: There is some bad news for all those who can't do without their daily dose of television soaps. They need to brace themselves for reruns, stale episodes and even blackouts on popular general entertainment channels like Zee, Sahara, Star Plus, NDTV Imagine, 9X and Colors because the Federation of...
  • Mumbai: TV journos injured in hitandrun case October 5, 2008

    Mumbai: Another hit and run accident took place in Mumbai on Sunday morning. The mishap involved two television journalists. One of them was seriously injured. Shailendra Mohan and Dharmendra Tiwari, two journalists from the news channel NDTV, had stopped their car near the Kherwadi junction of the western express highway...
  • Network 18 defeats NDTV, wins Fenesta Cup March 30, 2008

    Network 18 registered a remarkable victory defeating NDTV by five wickets to lift the Fenesta Cup at the Jamai Milia Islamia University cricket ground on Sunday. ...
  • National Wipes: News wrapup from across India January 22, 2008

    Violent clashes between Sunnis protestors and security forces in Srinagar and row over subsidy for Haj pilgrims. ...
  • TV Channel attack: Journos demand quick action January 21, 2008

    New Delhi: Journalists in Ahmedabad protested against polices lukewarm response in taking action against those responsible for the attack on NDTV office on Saturday. No progress has been made in the case since the complaint was lodged two days ago. Citizens joined in the protests near the citys Mahatma Gandhi's statue,...
  • Media, soft target? | NDTV office attacked in Gujarat January 19, 2008

    Ahmedabad: The Ahmedabad office of news channel NDTV was ransacked on Saturday by a Right Wing fringe group, protesting an SMS poll running on the channel. A mob of about 20 people broke furniture, smashed windowpanes and ransacked the building, protesting the SMS poll featuring M F Hussain as a...
  • Assam gags TV channels for showing tribal torture November 27, 2007

    New Delhi: The Assam Government resorted to media gag on Tuesday and blacked out two prominent English news channels CNNIBN and NDTV for highlighting the lapses of the state authorities in controlling the clashes between locals and adivasis on Saturday, which left over a dozen people dead and...
  • Nitish calls in CBI, douses ire against party MLA November 2, 2007

    Patna: JD(U) MLA Ananth Singh has been sent to 14day judicial custody for assaulting journalists on Thursday but he neednt fear of being banished from politics. Ananths henchmen and security guards beat up NDTV reporter Prakash Singh, cameraperson Habib Ali and ANI cameraperson Ajay Kumar at his home in Patna...
  • Tough race in Uttarakhand: Channels February 21, 2007

    New Delhi: While the HTCNN/IBN exit poll conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, suggests that while there is no antiincumbency wave and that BJP will emerge with a clear majority in the state, the NDTV 24X7 Instapoll has predicted a hung Assembly in Uttarakhand. NDTV's poll suggests...