Telecast

  • Lok Sabha issues statement, says live telecast stalled due to technical glitch February 18, 2014

    New Delhi: After Speaker Meira Kumar received severe criticism for stalling the live telecast of Lok Sabha proceedings during debate on Telangana Bill, the Lok Sabha has now issued a statement saying that the blackout was a result of technical glitch. "The proceedings of the Lok Sabha could not be...
  • Telangana Bill taken up after blocking out live coverage of Lok Sabha February 18, 2014

    New Delhi: The Telangana tussle has claimed one more victim. The people have lost the right to know and watch what is happening inside the Lok Sabha during the debate on Telangana Bill. The Lok Sabha TV has stopped the live coverage of the House on the orders of the...
  • Star bags BCCI's domestic telecast rights April 2, 2012

    Chennai: Star India has won the bid for BCCI's domestic telecast rights, which includes both broadcast and digital rights to cricket in India for the period July 2012 to March 2018. According to sources, the Indian cricket board had received four tenders for the broadcast, Internet and mobile rights to...
  • IPL telecast rights stay with Sony March 25, 2009

    New Delhi: Multi Screen Media (Sony Entertainment Television) will continue to be the broadcaster of the Indian Premier League (IPL). In an official statement, the IPL tournament committee said that World Sports Group and Multi Screen Media have been signed on as the Official Broadcast Partner for the DLF Indian Premier...
  • Sony TV takes IPL to court over telecast rights March 15, 2009

    New Delhi: Just when Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi thought it couldn't get worse, TV broadcaster Sony is adding to his woes by taking the organisers of IPL to court. Sony has got an injunction to stop the IPL from discussing telecast rights with other channels. The injunction order was...
  • 10 days to go, Zee's cricket league hits a hurdle November 22, 2007

    Mumbai: There is just 10 days left for the Indian Cricket League to kick off. But Essel Group's maiden attempt at league cricket is not looking too good right now. The ICL's decision to telecast its matches on Zee Sports, instead of Ten Sports, isn't going down too well with...
  • Court cases may be telecast live June 16, 2007

    New Delhi: The Government on Wednesday floated a new idea in Rajya Sabha saying that court proceedings of important cases should be telecast live on television. Home Minister Shivraj Patil said that the Government was considering the idea, but that they would need to consult a wider gambit of people including...
  • Prasar Bharti slaps notice on Nimbus June 20, 2007

    New Delhi: Prasar Bharti on Friday served a notice to Nimbus Communications for giving it a delayed feed of a cricket match and defying a government ordinance. The public broadcaster served the notice after the Delhi High Court refused to order the company to give Prasar Bharti live a feed...
  • Show-cause for Nimbus no show June 20, 2007

    New Delhi: Just weeks after Nimbus dragged Prasar Bharti to court saying that they were being forced to share feed of the India-West Indies ODI series with the broadcaster, the two are at loggerheads again. Nimbus has again refused to share live telecast of the India-Sri Lanka cricket match with Doordarshan. The...
  • Nimbus gets marketing rights June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: Nimbus has scored a major victory over its row with Doordarshan as the Delhi High Court has granted marketing rights of live telecast feed to Nimbus and has also decided the revenue model in its favour. Nimbus, which holds the rights for all cricket matches in India till 2010,...
  • 'Show ODI on DD with 7 min delay' June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has ruled that India-West Indies One-Dayers can be telecast on Doordarshan (DD) after a seven minute delay. This means that fans not having cable connection can watch the rest of the matches of the India-West Indies ODI series on their television sets but only after...
  • QOTD: Is DD monopolising cricket? June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: Talks between Prasar Bharati and Nimbus have failed and the tussle between the two over the telecast of the ongoing India-West Indies One-Day series has now reached the courts. Nimbus has approached the Delhi High Court against Prasar Bharati’s demand to telecast the matches on Doordarshan. The Government...
  • India-WI ODI on DD? Verdict today June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will try and settle the spat between Doordarshan (DD) and private broadcaster Nimbus on Tuesday over match telecast rights. Talks between the two failed on Monday. And Nimbus moved court challenging the Government's proposal that will make it compulsory for private broadcasters to share...
  • Nimbus humiliating country: Dasmunsi June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: The Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Priyaranjan Dasmunsi has accused Nimbus of humiliating the country. "Terms and conditions set by Nimbus to resolve the deadlock humiliating to the country," Priyaranjan Dasmunsi said on Monday. "Board of Control for Cricket in India had no right to sell the terrestrial and radio...
  • Nimbus-Prasar Bharati talks fail June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: Nimbus and Prasar Bharati have failed to come to an agreement over the telecast of the ongoing India-West Indies ODI series. Earlier Information and Broadcasting Minister Priyaranjan Dasmunsi had said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India had violated the down linking guidelines by selling terrestrial rights...
  • Chennai Open tennis goes global December 19, 2006

    New Delhi: India's first ATP tournament, the Chennai Open, is all set to woo a worldwide audience from its next edition in early 2007, as television channels across the world will make it reach out to over a billion people. While Indian sporting network Zee Sports has the telecasting rights for...