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Cable digitisation to transform India’s US$7bn TV industry

The government mandate to digitise India's fragmented cable TV network will provide a boost for the state economy, consumer choice, broadcasters' revenues, cable and direct to home (DTH) subscriptions, ...

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TV ad revenues to propel India to Asia’s 3rd largest market

India will become the third largest television advertising market in the Asia-Pacific region by 2016, after Japan and China, according to a new report from Media Partners Asia. The south Asian nation ...

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Lok Sabha passes amended Cable TV Networks (Regulation) Act

India's lower house of parliament, Lok Sabha, has passed the second Bill to amend the Cable TV Networks (Regulation) Act 1995, replacing the ordinance promulgated in October 2011 which seeks to digitise ...

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India’s digital TV penetration to rise to 50% by 2016

India will remain the key pay-TV market in Asia as the penetration rate of digital TV grows to encompass half the population by 2016 and 61% by 2020, says a new report from Media Partners Asia (MPA). Just ...

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Zee and Star TV India distribution deal faces regulatory probe

India's competition watchdog has found prima facie evidence that Media Pro Enterprises, the joint venture for television content distribution formed by Zee Group and Star TV India, could hinder competition ...

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India's TV stations pull ads in billing dispute

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) has urged TV networks to stop airing advertisements until agencies agree to scrap gross billing, which includes their 15% fee, in favour of net billing, which does ...

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Indian regulator slammed for ‘legitimising’ high TV carriage fees

News broadcasters are rallying against what they call official legitimisation of expensive carriage fees paid to cable operators in India, following the publication of the regulator's notification on tariffs ...

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Regulatory hurdles hamper pay-TV sector in India and China: CASBAA

India and China are ranked as the worst countries globally at forming and implementing regulatory policies for the video broadcasting industry, according to a new report from the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting ...

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IBF launches India’s first TV festival

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), the governing body for broadcasters in India, has announced the launch of Indian TV Fest '12 - the country’s first ever Indian TV festival. Indian TV Fest ...

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Announcement on India’s digitisation plans imminent

An amendment to allow the complete digitisation of India's vast cable TV industry is expected to be announced this week by the government, and with it will come an anticipated increase in subscription ...

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India’s TV sector to grow 17% over 5 years despite slowdown

The global economic slump contained the surging growth of India's media and entertainment (M&E) industry at 12% during 2011, according to new Ficci-KPMG research. Overall the consultants suggest ...

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Leap in Q4 revenues for India’s Network18

India's Network18 Group, which includes the TV18 news and entertainment network and Viacom18 channel Colors, has reported a 63% leap in consolidated revenues of INR 659.5 crore for the fourth quarter, ...

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Fitch outlines attractive future for India’s MSOs

The government mandate to digitise India's vast cable TV network will improve the business profile of the country's multi system operators (MSOs) over the medium to long term, according to Fitch Ratings. ...

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Indian industry slams MPs' call for clamp down on 'paid' TV news

The implementation of a media council to prevent 'paid news' on Indian television and in print proposed by a parliamentary committee has been instantly rejected by the industry in favour of self-regulation. ...

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Cisco supports 150 million digital TV viewers in India

Cisco technology is helping bring digital pay-TV services to over 30 million Indian homes or 150 million viewers, based on the industry estimate of five people per household, the US IT giant claims. "The ...

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Digitisation of India's cable network boosts ARPUs, STB demand

The Indian cable and direct-to-home (DTH) TV industry requires around 140 million set-top boxes (STBs) to complete the remaining phases of the mandatory digitisation programme, according to the government. ...

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India's TV ratings continue to cause a stir as Kantar takes to the courts

Kantar Market Research is taking court action in India over the government's new guidelines regulating television audience measurement in the country. Kantar, which is a shareholder in Mumbai-based ...

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Dish TV India explores domestic DTH set-top box supply

India's largest direct-to-home (DTH) operator Dish TV may source domestic set-top boxes (STBs) to offset rising costs associated with the weakening rupee. With the overseas component costs needed to ...

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India’s Dish TV posts surge in Q2 revenues

... at INR 482.2 crore, compared to INR 326.1 crore in the same period of 2010; while subscription revenues amounted to INR412.4 crore as of the end of September 2011. Meanwhile, the company's operating ...

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India will be an emerging and potentially high growth market for digital media companies over the coming five years, according to Frost & Sullivan, with high definition (HD) TV, digital asset management ...