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Cabinet nod to Rs 3,500 crore scheme of AIR and Doordarshan

By exchange4media News Service | Mar 01, 2014

The proposals are for the development of broadcast infrastructure & network. The scheme includes further expanding the capacity of DD’s DTH service to 250 channels & FM expansion at 118 places, among others

IMPACT Annv Spl: Success mantras for HD programming

By Sanjay Behl | Dec 20, 2011

Sanjay Behl, Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Digital TV, lists the key factors for the success of HD programming in India.

HDTV becoming an equaliser, but infrastructural hurdles need to be cleared, say media planners

By Shikha | Jul 06, 2010

With most DTH players offering high definition television, the space is set to see some tough competition. Buoyed by the ongoing FIFA World Cup and the forthcoming Commonwealth Games, HDTV is witnessing a growth spurt in India. While media planners are excited about HDTV, they feel spectrum and bandwidth for HD transmission pose the biggest problem.

Discovery to expand network in India with three new channels in Q1 2009

By exchange4media Bangalore Bureau | Aug 01, 2008

To leverage its global portfolio of channels in India, Discovery Networks India has unveiled an expansion strategy. The company has applied to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to launch three new and diverse 24-hour channels – Discovery Science, Discovery Turbo and Discovery HD. The three new channels are expected to go live in the first quarter of 2009 and are awaiting Ministry approval.

Discovery to expand network in India with three new channels in Q1 2009

By exchange4media Bangalore Bureau | Jul 31, 2008

To leverage its global portfolio of channels in India, Discovery Networks India has unveiled an expansion strategy. The company has applied to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to launch three new and diverse 24-hour channels – Discovery Science, Discovery Turbo and Discovery HD. The three new channels are expected to go live in the first quarter of 2009 and are awaiting Ministry approval.

Technology redefining viewing habits

By exchange4media News Service | Apr 04, 2005

New forms of technology such as video games, broadband Internet access, high definition television and personal recorders are re-defining the viewing habits of people. These were the broad theme of the presentation on ‘New Media & Entertainment’.

Philips launches 30-inch LCD monitor

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 16, 2005

Philips India Limited has launched the 30-inch LCD monitor, Philips 300WN5. The new product offers better front-of-screen experience and superior ergonomic design makes viewing comfortable.

International: Coke lights up giant ‘3-D’ billboard in Times Square

By exchange4media News Service | Jul 03, 2004

The Coca-Cola Co. unveiled a super-sized $6 million billboard in Times Square Thursday night, calling it the world’s first high-definition “3-D advertising sculpture.” The sign is the latest addition to a new generation of outdoor advertising that seeks to turn heads with visual tricks and technical wizardry.

HDTV takes off after initial hiccups

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 09, 2004

High-definition television got delayed in entering the consumer market, mainly because of multiple standards, according to PanAmSat India project manager Dr R Ramani. Of late, some of the major broadcasters, including Discovery and ESPN, are delivering content in high-definition format.

CONDITIONAL ACCESS: India and the world

By exchange4media News Service | Dec 16, 2002

The Conditional Access System (CAS) will become a reality soon and viewer will become the king, or at least that's what is evident from the look of things. Whatever conditions might have set the ball rolling towards the implementation of CAS (along with it

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