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*TV Today mulls taking control of Radio Today
*Govt. outlines ambitions plan to increase broadband
*Nickelodeon Recreation promotes Rosenstein to SVP resorts & theatricals
* HTMT's media business posts profit in Q1
*Star Plus slots special programming for Independence Day
*VSNL launches dedicated global internet for Australia
*Sony BMG to release 'Elvis: Viva Las Vegas'
* NDTV Labs appoints Saurabh Malhotra as COO
*Amrita TV to telecast Nehru Trophy boat race
* Zee Marathi launches comedy talent hunt show
* Morphosys to produce 3-D animation film 'Honor and country'
* Pix, Ashok Amritraj open the 'Gateway' to Hollywood
*Zee content now available to IdeaTV subscribers
* Big Music acquires rights for 'Dhamaal', 'Go'
* Endemol India joins hands with UN for reality TV show
( 31 July 2007 )
* TV Today Q1 net profit up at Rs 80 million
* News b'casters form association to confront issues in radio & TV
* Sun TV Q1 net jumps 120% to Rs 931 million
* Disney to celebrate 'Friendship Day' with movie marathon
* Musicnotes.com offers music downloads for slew of movies
* Sony picks up global DVD distribution rights for Nick movies
* CNN-IBN, IBN 7 trace 60 years of Indian cinema
*Casbaa supports Singapore govt. staying out of pay-TV agreements
*Quickflix in campaign with Harvey Norman to add customers
*Balaji Telefilms ropes in Sony's Harsha Chugh as business head - UAE
* Inox Q1 net up 31% at Rs 110 million
*ESPN Star Sports announces second edition of reality show
*Spike TV in deal with comic book icon Stan Lee for ringtones
*Linden Lab's 'Second Life' bans online gambling
* Total Sports is event manager for Military World Games in Hyderabad
*BSkyB net falls 9% for the year, revenue up 10%
* Wikia to launch search engine that rivals Google, Yahoo
* BSkyB, Sony in deal for PSP video broadcast
* 'Paruthiveeran’ bags best Indian film award at Osian’s cinefan
*Ten Sports in deal with Goal TV for licensing and production
* Disney Channel to kick off new season of 'Little Einstein's' on 1 August
* Galleon Ent. to create TV series for 'Apollo's Pad'
( 30 July 2007 )
* In Cas areas, digital cable leads over DTH
*IMI raids Jaipur shop, seizes pirated material
*B.A.G Films Q1 net profit up 41% at Rs 8 million
*CBS to broadcast video gaming event for television
* YouTube to launch copyright protection software in September
*Big FM Chennai gets fresh programming content
*Shemaroo to release 3D 'Bal Ganesh' film on Ganesh Chaturthi
*Online video content gains audiences in US
* Nielsen US launches video game measurement service
*Filmy to ride on Rajnikanth wave, acquires non-Hindi movies
* Eutelsat FY net quadruplues to $230 million
* ESPN, MediaFlo, Verizon partner for mobile TV sports channel
* 32 million next-gen DVD players to be sold in US by 2011
* BBC makes TV shows available for free download
* BBC to review its online service
* First air sports TV series takes off
( 28 July 2007 )
*TV18 Q1 consolidated revenue at Rs 682 million
*Zee's 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa' on song, tops ratings charts
*ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007 officially launched
* British Telecom scraps Virgin Mobile's fledgling mobile TV service
*UTV Q1 net profit up 165 per cent at Rs 91 million
*BenQ unveils new range of 17 inch LCD monitors
*Google, Sprint Nextel to develop mobile portal
* Zee Jagran to premiere Bal Hanuman on 28 July
*Shemaroo renews home video rights for 11 Mukta Arts titles
* Xbox DVD player cuts price by 10%
* Shree Ashtavinayak considers FCCB issue for raising up to $ 50 million
* Sandeep Sikcand to join Miditech as creative director
* Older Americans less keen to shift to digital TV: Study
* Microsoft to acquire online ad exchange AdECN
* Moser Baer signs $880 million sourcing deal with REC Group
( 27 July 2007 )
*Saregama proposes JV with Australian firm for optical media manufacture
* Radio City launches in Ahmedabad
*Cellcast launches TV show 'CelebMania' on TV3 in Malaysia
*Bhaskar Group to launch My FM in Amritsar
*Disney Channel to premiere 'Cheetah Girls 2' on 28 July
* GSN cable network appoints David Goldhill as president and CEO
*Balaji Telefilms Q1 net up 6% at Rs 184 million
* Times Now celebrates Independence Day with slew of special programmes
* MSN is online partner for The Crossroads Guitar Festival
* Microsoft replaces Google to offer advt solutions for Digg
* Disney bans smoking in its movies
* ESPN Star Sports acquires rights for India-Scotland ODI
* Raj TV likely to sign Rajnikanth's daughter for reality show
( 26 July 2007 )
*Trai releases paper on HITS for rapid digitalisation
*Rajat Jain joins mobile2win as MD & CEO
*Sify launches video site for Chennai
*'Cricket Star' ropes in Dav Whatmore for second season
*Nokia acquires Twango to beef up multimedia offerings
* Joost selects Level 3 to support on-demand net TV
*Tivo introduces new HD DVR
*techTribe gets funding from 3 VCs
*Mobile video channel launched for History Channel US
* Endemol CEO Cancio to step down; Schouwenaar nominated
*Opposition mounts from Bancrofts against Murdoch bid
* New Boy to launch 'Strawberry Shortcake' dolls in September
* 'Jetix Action Academy' targets 600 schools in South India
* Mobiles are likely status symbol for Indian youth: Study
* Philips launches Wall Theatre range in India
* Ubisoft to create video game for Cameron's 'Avatar'
* INX Media announces content partners for its GEC '9X'
( 25 July 2007 )
*'My MTV' to launch digital music store
*Animal Planet dedicates special programming to honour Steve Irwin
* NDTV Profit to host 2nd Business Leadership Awards on 27 July
*Mipcom info now available on 'Second Life'
*Ten Sports sells terrestrial rights to Bangladesh TV
*Netflix reduces online DVD rental fees
* Radio Mirchi launches in Aurangabad
*'Partner' grosses over Rs 420 million
* Euro Books transforms 'Agatha Christie' into graphic novels in India
* Bengal wants Cas extension, governments of Delhi & Mumbai mum
* Bancrofts still weighing Murdoch's bid for Dow Jones
* JVC launches HD hard disk drive camcorder
* Cyberport to hold Game On exhibition in Asia
( 24 July 2007 )
*Industry lambasts content regulation shortcomings, slates short revert time
*Nick kicks off 'Chaddi Buddy' contest, to premier 'Fundoo' music video
*Citigold Lux Style Awards: Majajan wins top honours
*Star Cricket signs nationwide deal with Hathway
*Total Sports signs up pianist Timothy Birendra Marthand
*Govt. willing to take fresh look, make changes in Content Code
*StarHub to launch football channel
*Star Plus to expand primetime with launch of 'Sangam'
* Sony launches three channels on SingTel's mioTV
*Online content to touch $15 billion revenue in US by 2010
*NGC, Granada co-produce wildlife show
*Chandra's cricket league to bat with Brian Lara
* Final 'Harry Potter' sells 8.3 mn copies in US on first day
*ABC greenlights another medical soap 'Private Practice'
* Bancroft Family meeting to decide fate of Dow Jones
* Shailesh Kapoor replaces Ashutosh as Filmy business head
* Disney-ABC elevates Swati Shetty to TV distribution head in India
* US consumers value programming over picture quality
* After Google, now Microsoft to curtail web-search storage
( 23 July 2007 )
*Nickelodeon's 'Avatar' video game reaches greatest hits status
*News channels take tough stance against Content Code, prefer self-regulation
*Reliance's Bluemagic to use Measat-3 satellite for DTH
*MTV India gets a face lift; infuses slew of non-music shows
*Zee to expand mobile platform; in talks with foreign telcos
*Eros' Bollywood channel on YouTube reaches 1 million views
*ESS takes court protection to prevent cable piracy for cricket series
*Voom HD marks multi-channel launch in Asia
* Star expands into video gaming league
*National Geographic to air special series on war machines
*Excel sells over 250,000 units of 'Lagaan'
*ImaginAsian TV adds new series 'Anime EnerG' to anime block
* Granada Intl. picks up stake in drama producer Mammoth Screen
*Mark Freeland to head BBC's comedy division
* HBO leads with 86 Emmy nominations
* Discovery to launch Planet Green channel in 2008
* BBC takes tough measures to address editorial breaches
* Babelgum to have online channel dedicated to Giffoni Film Festival
* Bruce Dover is Australia Network CEO
( 21 July 2007 )
* Content code lays separate ethics for newscasters
* UK private equity firm Ashmore takes 49% in Jagjit Kohli's new cable venture
* Osian’s-Cinefan Festival kicks off
* Pantaloon's Depot to bring Small World Creation books to India
* Ten Sports to launch 'Bajaj Pulsar DTS Sportsnight' on 23 July
* Bhaskar Group launches kid's English magazine 'Young Bhaskar'
* Future Group's Pantaloon Retail inks JV with Axiom Telecom
* News channels denounce content code as backdoor entry of censorship
* UTV-Astro to launch second channel Bindass Movies by October
* US Tennis association & Andy Roddick announce completion of kid's tennis court
* CNBC introduces 'Pehla Kadam' for new investors
* Microsoft launches 'Project Shutter' for photographers
* Bet Networks announces three appointments
* Facebook acquires non-profit browser Parakey
* CinemaNow upgrades features for Xbox users
( 20 July 2007 )
*Nickelodeon to pump $100 million into casual games
*Endemol India to foray into fiction shows
*Star Cricket ties in WWIL, eyeing Hathway deal to sum up distribution
*BBC Worldwide's Monisha Shah becomes Tate Museum trustee
* Bhaskar Group's My FM to launch in Ahmedabad
*Moser Baer launches 75 Bengali titles on home video
*Zapak.com launches game based on Tamil movie 'Kireedam' c
*Digicable gets green signal for FDI in cable systems
* Adman Kaushik Roy wins award at German film festival
*TV18 Group & NDTV win top honours at Indian News Television Awards; Prannoy Roy gets Lifetime Achievement
* Aarzoo.com launches monsoon packages
* 81 million people in the US watch broadband video
* Yahoo buys minority stake in Gurgaon firm
* Clent Richardson appointed Tivo chief marketing officer
* Google to cut down on storage of web cookies
( 19 July 2007 )
*Star Ananda felicitates 'Shera Bangalis of 2007'
*News channels see digital platforms driving subscription income
*Raj TV to uplink channels from Chennai
*CNN International announces slew senior editorial appointments
*Zee acquires 'The Best Years' from Fremantle
*CBBC announces channel rebrand
*Microsoft launches Windows Mobile 6 in India
*Goldstone signs content deal with Shemaroo
*Bharti Airtel awards network expansion contract to Ericsson
*UTV to launch brand 'Bindass' with entertainment channel in August
*Shemaroo releases classic TV serial 'Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi' on VCD
* News channels divided on nature of regulator
*Indiagames and PopCap partner for GoD service
*Government not forcing regulator on broadcast media: Swarup
*Microsoft gaming boss Peter Moore to join EA sports
* Zeel board approves launch of entertainment sibling ZeeNext
* Dow Jones board endorses News Corp's $5 billion bid
( 18 July 2007 )
*NDTV net loss Rs 21.2 million in Q1
*IPRS, PPL secure interim injunction against Zee’s ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’
*ESS enters deal with Dish TV for Star Cricket
*BT Vision to offer live Premier Football League
* Zeel Q1 net profit up 51% at Rs 813 million
*Content Code on hold, differences persist on classification for newscasters
*Osian's Cinefan Festival adds 'Filmcraft' section
*Dow Jones tentatively agrees to News Corp takeover bid of $5 bn
* TV 18 shines at the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards 2006
* LG, Samsung top mobile TV phone brands in US: Study
( 17 July 2007 )
*Zee News Q1 net profit up at Rs 64 million
*Dish TV Q1 net loss at Rs 898 million, revenue up
*Cartoon Network hosts martial arts workshop in Hyderabad
*Disney India to air 'Tarzan' & 'Sky High' feature films on 22 July
*ESPN signs on Incablenet for Star Cricket, deals with other big MSOs in the offing
*My FM announces senior management appointments
*Jagjit Kohli steps down as ETC Networks director
*Chelsea signs four-year deal with Disney for promoting soccer in US
*Nokia launches N77 with mobile TV features
*Boomj.com adds movie features
*Reliance acquires US based Yipes Holdings for $300 million
*Sony relaunches video sharing site, renames it Crackle
*Nick to premiere back to back episodes of iCarly
*Radio Mirchi launches in Varanasi
*Casbaa & CITVC's sports TV forum in China on 24 August
*MusicNet expands offerings, changes name to MediaNet Digital
*Logitech introduces laser mouse for PC navigation
* 'Harry Potter' magic rakes in $330 mn in first weekend
*Hallmark US increases original film production
*Intel joins OLPC in social initiative to give away laptops
*US broadcaster Lifetime to air movie 'Murder of Princess Diana'
* Valerio Zingarelli is Babelgum CEO
( 16 July 2007 )
*Google CEO takes swipe at Viacom
*Shree Ashtavinayak to invest Rs 1 billion for six movies
*VH1 to debut 'Seven Ages of Rock' in December
*Shemaroo promotes 'Apne' overseas
*Financial Times, CNBC in talks for content sharing
*Shekhar Kapur to speak at X|Media|Lab's Melbourne conference in August
*Disney Interactive Studios acquires Junction Point
*Nickelodeon to stream 'Nick Canon's Star Camp' on TurboNick
*DD to telecast live India-England ODIs
*VH1 launches press website
*Visiware launches games on TrueVisions in Thailand
* Tivo in deal with Amazon.com for movies and TV shows to broadband subscribers
*MySpace has 70 mn monthly unique users in US
*Bet Networks unveils net video initiative in UK
*BBC to launch audio content download site
* AT&T to use Sun servers to power IP-based video service
( 14 July 2007 )
*Star One to up comedy quotient with 'Ranvir, Vinay aur… Kaun?'
*TDSAT gives TataSky 2 weeks to pay Zee Rs 90 million
*Nokia launches competition to find ’rulers of the mobile world’
*Shemaroo releases comedy 'Fool N Final' on DVD
*DTL serves up 'The Family Restaurant'
*BBC Worldwide restructures in US for growth
*Inox multiplex becomes operational at Bharuch
*Warner Bros. ups ante for release of new 'Potter' film
*All villages to get broadband connectivity by 2012
*Samsung unveils a new range of LCD televisions
*Mathew Littlefors joins UKTV as controller
* GoM finalizes response to Supreme Court on Prasar Bharati employees
*Sandip Sikand quits SET
*Pyramid Saimira Q1 revenue jumps to Rs 1.2 billion, net profit at Rs 160 million
*Three contestants to battle it out for 'Super Mom'
* Anupama Mandloi joins Star Plus as content head
( 13 July 2007 )
*Zee TV to launch 'Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai' on 16 July
*Hungama TV on the hunt for its 'Captains'
*Microsoft, Sify join hands for 'Microsoft Unlimited Potential'
*Naukri.com launches career guidance website
*Zee TV to have a sibling in September
*Pogo to play antakshri on Sundays with 'Funtakshari'
*Delhi power cos ordered not to cut cables of LCOs, MSOs
*News Corp to launch Fox Business Network on 15 October
*Reliance Communications awards Huawei $200 million contract for network expansion
*Neo Sports reaches Japan, inks deal with HumTumTV
*Govt. denies levy of licence fee, GoM on Prasar Bharati to meet on 13 July
* IT minister advises BSNL to re-examine GSM tenders
*Sahara to add second GEC to its bouquet
*Eros acquires 51% in Ayngaran, to pump in $33 million
*Samsung launches 3G Phone for mobile blogging
* Tdsat stays ESPN notice to disconnect Delhi, Mumbai MSOs
( 12 July 2007 )
*Videocon approaches Isro for six Ku-band transponders to launch DTH
*The History Channel launches series on World War II
*Balaji's Bhojpuri film to release in August; launches 'Khwaish' on Sony
*Radio Mirchi goes entirely Kannada in Bangalore; TVC on Kannada channels
*Maruti Suzuki Cricket Ratings places India in 5th spot
*Microsoft ties up with Disney for films on Xbox Live
*Alcatel-Lucent launches terrestrial transmitter offer for mobile TV broadcasting
*DC Comics to launch Zudacomics.com
*Zapak.com brings 'Harry Potter' on board
*eBay India adds new features for faster transactions
*Pogo to kick off reality show 'Bournvita Confidence Academy'
*HBO to bring 'Entourage' for Indian audiences
*Employees to intensify stir for winding up Prasar Bharati
*GoM puts off meet on annual licence fee for TV & radio sets
*Lonely Planet TV launches on searchforvideo
*Radio Indigo to host college talent hunt in Bangalore
* Internet TV to touch $26 billion in 2011
*Nielsen examines Harry Potter impact on
entertainment industry
*Child Link India Foundation joins Fifa’s Football for Hope project
*BBC to celebrate British cinema with new series
* Shemaroo clocks Rs 1 billion in FY'07, to ramp up film production
( 11 July 2007 )
*WWIL writes off Rs 562 million
*NDTV forays into fiction programming with 'Bombay Lawyers'
*Meow FM ropes in Kiran Bedi to host talk show
*Sunfeast's 3rd edition in Kolkata from 17 September
*Spacetoon in talks with broadcasters to re-launch branded block; bags licensing & merchandising rights for 'Doraemon'
*Vijay TV to launch 2nd season of Jodi No. 1 on 27 July
*Pogo to air 'Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix' red carpet special on 14 July
*Rediff launches iShare, ties up with Zee's 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa'
* BenQ launches E61 mobile phone in India
*AOL India, Warner Brothers team up to promote ‘Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix’
*GoM may opt for licence fee on TV & radio sets
*Fox Entt ropes in Kevin Reilly as prez; Liguori appointed chairman
* Chetan Anand to be honoured at film festival in Germany
( 10 July 2007 )
*Ofcom fines BBC 50,000 pounds over 'Blue Peter' scam
*Color Chips to merge with new media company; plans to raise funds after restructuring
*Nexus India launches $100 million venture capital fund
*Cable & Wireless inks IPTV deal with Inuk
*Big 92.7 FM launches in Asansol
*Hungama TV to air 'Shinchan' marathon on 14 July
*India's telecom services touches Rs 1076 billion
*Bhaskar Group's 94.3 My FM launches in Udaipur
*Sony slashes PS3 price by $100
*GoM on Prasar Bharati employees future on 11 July
* NGC to promote environmental education in Hong Kong schools
*India ranks lowest in net penetration, South Korea tops in Asia Pacific region
*UK broadcaster Five to air weekly show on Beckham in the US
*Trai has powers to regulate broadcasting, control tariff: HC
* Neo Sports in deal with The New Media Group for Japan, Korea & Taiwan
( 9 July 2007 )
*Zee TV programming head Ashvini Yardi quits, tipped to join TV18 entertainment channel
*MTNL, Aksh Optifibre launch IPTV in Delhi
*Mediacorp to launch HDTV in Singapore by year-end
*Korea, Singapore sign MoU to develop local content
*Granada Intl to distribute drama series Scalp
*Ofcom-based news code set for public debate
* IOC agrees to host Youth Olympic Games
*Sony sells slot to producer, open to more deals
*Gill Pritchard to head BBC Worldwide's home ertertainment division for children
*CBBC launches six online games for kids with cognitive disabilities
* Reliance Communication, Qualcomm collaborate On CDMA2000 expansion in India
( 7 July 2007 )
*Star wins 1st movie merchandise deal; in talks for sequel for 'My Friend Ganesha'
*Movie acquisition costs up, channels innovate
*Disney renames Climax Racing to Black Rock Studio
*Radio Mirchi launches in Nasik
*Indian radio stations to air global concert 'Live Earth'
*Microsoft to spend $1 billion on XBox360 repairs
*Crossword starts in-store promotions for final edition of 'Potter' series
* Eros joins TitleMatch DVD on-demand service
*UTV's new media head Ronald D'Mello resigns
*The Filmcorporation to relaunch industry resource portal
*Amrita TV hunts for 'Best Actor' in new show
* Zee Kannada kicks off kids reality show 'Chittaara'
( 6 July 2007 )
*One Alliance channels off Asianet; Tdsat hearing on 6 July
*Indian filmakers spread Aids awareness through short films
*Radio Mirchi ups Tapas Sen to chief programming officer
*IBN 7 to launch real estate show 'Property Bazaar'
*CN to unveil live-action series 'Out of Jimmy's Head' based on 'Re-Animated'
*Kolkata government to send report on Cas extension next week
*Intel partners Disney Pixar's 'Ratatouille' as promotional sponsor
*ESS's Star Cricket to air India's tour of England
* 'The Larry Sander Show' available on iTunes store
*Mipcom to honour Indian media & entertainment industry; Chandra & Screwvala to deliver keynote address
*Baidu.com & RMG partner to offer online music streaming
*Italia pulls out WWE's show to avoid controversy
* BBC World Service audience touches 183 million
( 5 July 2007 )
*Eros International plc FY 07 profit up 76 per cent at $28 million
*Pyramid Saimira to pump in $30 million for film acquisition, raises $90 million via FCCBs
*Jetix lines up 'Red Ranger' marathon & 'Finding Nemo' upcoming weekend
*Shree Asthavinayak forays into South Indian films
*DD to telecast Wimbledon finals live
*Nikhil Gandhi joins Bindass as regional ad sales director for west & south
*Pogo enters the world of Harry Potter
*Sarah Cooper is BBC Worldwide COO
*Tdsat asks Incablenet to pay Zee Turner Rs 2 million
*MTV networks available on Freewire IPTV
*Tdsat asks Trai to reconsider Neo's pricing in 2 months
*VH1 India to showcase Live Earth intl concert
*Nokia teams up with Malayalam Manorama to offer vernacular news on mobile phones
*AOL spruces up video portal
*Amazon.com, Microsoft team up to help independent fiilmmakers jump into HD DVD
*Alka Saxena quits MH1 News
*Incablenet president Manoj Motwani quits; Nagesh Chabria takes over
*Over 140 films from 35 countries in 9th osian's cinefan
*FDI for Indian publishing firm cleared
*Neo Sports to create own distribution bouquet, Arun Poddar joins as president affiliate sales
* Iran launches English news channel
*UK channels need to maintain credibility: Grade
*Fremantlemedia promotes Jamie Lynn to VP sales
*EU examines HD DVD format rivalry
* Audiences want BBC to be more innovative
( 4 July 2007 )
*GoM likely to meet on Prasar Bharati this week
*Toonz Academy opens in Mumbai, plans more
* CASBAA appeals against cable firm on copyright issue
*Zapak.TV premieres music videos of 'Cash'
*KFC & ESPN in search of youth baseball team
*Parminder Nagra gets Leicester University honorary degree
* Filmy takes reality route, to launch 'Bathroom Singer' in August
( 3 July 2007 )
* Indian Idol winners join film industry
* Triveni Group to launch two regional news channels by year-end
* Hungama TV to mobile simulcast 'Zoran' on Reliance
* Yahoo Messenger conducts survey to mark 25th anniversary of emoticons
* Pogo gets 'Mirmo' to play with kids in Delhi
* Nick India adds weekend movies to content mix
* Radio City Bangalore to celebrate 6th anniversary
* Carving Dreams Ent. inks 5 film deal with Hollywood Studios Intl.
* Eros International to release 'Gandhi My Father'
* Jason Kilar to head NBC Universal, News Corp's online video JV
* UTV Motion Pictures Plc lists on AIM, rises 6%
* ESPN Star Sports ropes in Ian Chappell
* Amrita TV launches Newstrack
*Zapak.com celebrates F1 fever
*Western Digital introduces DVR Expander
* CNN relaunches website with integrated features
*Virgin Media seeks suitors; price tag over $10 billion
*MTV to connect students globally with 'Meet Or Delete'
*MTV US launches site for viewers personal journeys
* Al Gore, Kevin Wall issue 'Live Earth' call to action
( 2 July 2007 )
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