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Cable TV digitisation opens up host of opportunities

Atul Phadnis is rubbing his hands in glee. In four years the number of channels on Indian television will more than double to 1,500, says a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report. Phadnis is the......

Here's a TV channel to help you watch what's best

If you are reading this, chances are that you have, at some point in your life, sat in front of a television set on a Wednesday evening eagerly waiting for the weekly film song-based show,......

IPO ads to see 25% growth

Initial public offers advertising is set to see a 25-40 per cent growth in calendar year 2005.Last year witnessed Rs 30,511 crore (Rs 305.11 billion) worth of IPOs plough in around Rs 50 crore (Rs......

Polls, a Rs 175 cr windfall for media

The 2004 general elections were a bonanza for the Indian media with poll-related advertisements fetching them Rs 175 crore (Rs 1.75 billion) in a matter of four weeks.According to an analysis by......

It rained cash for TV channels on May 13

May 13 is not a day Alka Saxena, head of programming at Zee News, will easily forget."It was the single largest ad revenue earning day for the news channel. The pressure of commercial ads was so......

Dum Maaro Dum gets poor response at box office

Last week's releaseDum Maaro Dumgota poor opening at the box office despite the three-day weekend. The other release Zokkomon saw a worse fate.Trade analyst Vinod Mirani gives us the box office......
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At afaqs! TV.NXT 2014, the founder and CEO of What's-On India answered questions about the changing environment, post digitisation.. ...

http://www.afaqs.com/news/story/41875_TV.NXT-2014:-"STBs-have-had-a-dramatic-shift-in-the-way-people-are-interacting-with-TV-and-consuming-content":-Atul-Phadnis
What's On India looks at foraying into newer markets

When Atul Phadnis , CEO of What's On India, quit his cushy job at TAM Media Research in 2006 to set up his own business, the intent clearly was to... ...

http://businesstoday.intoday.in/story/whats-on-india-tam-media-research-google/1/209709.html
Lathi-charge in Belgaum village triggers political storm in Maharashtra

MUMBAI: The latest row involving Marathi people and Karnataka authorities in Belgaum district, where people in a village were lathi-charged by the... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Lathi-charge-in-Belgaum-village-triggers-political-storm-in-Maharashtra/articleshow/39188933.cms
Malaika Arora Khan spotted at the launch party of Aqaba Restaurant

Sisters Malaika Arora Khan and Amrita Arora were spotted at the launch party of Mumbai's Mediterranean restaurant Aqaba. Their respective hubbies... ...

http://www.pinkvilla.com/entertainmenttags/amrita-arora/malaika-arora-khan-spotted-launch-party-aqaba-restaurant
Tribune Digital Ventures acquires Atul Phadnis' What's-ON

The Asian subsidiaries of Tribune Digital Ventures will buy all the shares of What's-ON, for $27 million. Tribune Digital Ventures, the technology... ...

http://www.afaqs.com/news/story/41348_Tribune-Digital-Ventures-acquires-Atul-Phadnis\\'-What\\'s-ON

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