NDTV-STAR sales, marketing alliance ends
Under the new plan, the current STAR sales team, that was handling the NDTV channels, will now be transferred to the latter.
British PM rules out mediation on Kashmir
A day before he holds talks here, British Prime Minister David Cameron Wednesday ruled out any bid by Britain to mediate on the Kashmir dispute and stressed that it was for India and Pakistan to settle the iss...
NDTV promoters revise open offer dates
Television broadcaster New Delhi Television Ltd's promoters have revised the dates for the open offer to May 29 and June 17, manager to the issue.
NDTV Group appoints K V L Narayan Rao as CEO
Private news broadcaster, NDTV Group on Tuesday announced the appointment of K V L Narayan Rao as the Cheif Executive Officer.
NDTV announces NDTV Arabia for Mid East
NDTV Arabia will be predominantly an English channel. The content will be infotainment-based, with business, news and lifestyle showcased on a single platform for audiences in the region.
NDTV Q1 revenue up 54%
NDTV on Tuesday announced a 54 per cent increase in revenue for the quarter ended June 30, 2006, at Rs 64 crore against Rs 41.5 crore in the corresponding period last year.
Poll tradition: Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma leads journalists' caravan to read election mood
The country's best-known journalists meet the biggest politicians and chat with voters in an attempt to gain a sense of which way the wind is blowing.
This kid stuff is a child of billion
They are school-going children, but in the wealth race, they are way ahead of India Inc's stalwarts.
NDTV to launch Hindi entertainment channels
NDTV, which had total income of Rs 223.8 crore last fiscal, approved the formation of a fully-owned subsidiary 'NDTV Ventures' that would lead the company's foray into entertainment and lifestyle TV as well as the push in the new media.
WSG, Sony bag IPL broadcast rights for $918 mn
SET has signed an agreement with WSG for TV rights while on-ground rights and new media rights will remain with WSG. Brand Cricketers
Govt can plug revenue leakage by banning carriage fees, says broadcasting industry
Industry sources have said that banning carriage fees in the new digitisation of cable distribution regime wef July 1 is necessary to plug the huge revenue leakage.
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