Daily Archive: August 5, 2011

Aug 05

HC asks BCCI about rules on telecast rights for Broadcasters

Tweet Government tables Lokpal Bill in Lok Sabh The Delhi High Court today directed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to inform it about their guidelines in relation to the Rights of the broadcasters who have been granted permission to air the cricket matches across the world. Justice Gita Mittal directed senior …

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Aug 05

20,000 TN cable operators eager to join state-run TV network

Tweet Chennai: More than 20,000 cable operators have evinced interest in joining the proposed state-run cable TV network Arasu Cable TV, perceived as an apparent move by the Tamil Nadu government against the Maran brothers. However, ceding to the request of some operators the last date for filing the applications has been extended to August …

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Aug 05

Cartoon Network Launches First Ever SNAPTOONS Kids

Tweet Cartoon Network is inviting kids to animate their lives with the launch of SNAPTOONS Kids (Short New Asia Pacific Cartoons), an exciting initiative that allows budding animators to unleash their creativity. Kicking off with an on-air contest on Astro, 50 winners will have the chance to attend an exclusive workshop led by artists from …

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Aug 05

Intel Capital invests in China Digital TV subsidiary JoySee

Tweet Intel Capital is to invest in Beijing JoySee Technology Co. Established in 2011 as a subsidiary of China Digital TV, JoySee is engaged in the research and development of high-definition (HD) smart TV/cable smart set-top boxes. Read more: Intel Capital invests in China Digital TV subsidiary JoySee | News | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.php/2011080414116/intel-capital-invests-in-china-digital-tv-subsidiary-joysee.html#ixzz1U7ab7qYA

Aug 05

MTV: Mobile apps fundamentally changing the way we live

Tweet MTV Networks has teamed up with research firm Latitude on the snappily-titled Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em: Adoption, Abandonment, and the App-Addled Consumer, a thought leadership study that found 83% of participants felt “addicted to apps”. Read more: MTV: Mobile apps fundamentally changing the way we live | News | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.php/2011080414108/mtv-mobile-apps-fundamentally-changing-the-way-we-live.html#ixzz1U7a3OHT2