Date-wise News
News Broadcasters Association criticizes ban on NDTV India?blur=25

It must be mentioned that the ministry has directed NDTV India to go off air for 24 hours from the midnight of November 8 for allegedly breaching broadcast norms while covering the Pathankot terror attack.

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 6:24 PM

Tata Sons statement on organisational changes; Sanjay Singh to oversee public affairs?blur=25

Tata Sons has announced a number of organisational changes to its structure which will be implemented with immediate effect.

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 4:38 PM

Editor's Guild of India criticises ban on NDTV India?blur=25

The Guild has said that the ban is an attempt to muzzle freedom of speech

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 12:10 PM

2017 APAC Effie Awards announces call for entries?blur=25

The 2017 competition offers 42 categories, spotting several changes to stay relevant to the evolving marketing landscape in Asia Pacific. 3 new Specialty Categories are introduced – Branded Content, Programmatic, and Seasonal Marketing

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 8:15 AM

Perfetti Van Melle introduces new Chupa Chups Sour Belt and Sour Bites?blur=25

Perfetti Van Melle India has introduced a range of soft candy offerings – Chupa Chups Sour Belt and Sour Bites

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 8:14 AM

Asia Pacific Effie Awards appoints Anthony Wong as 2017 Awards Chairman?blur=25

In addition to his corporate roles, he is an active leader in developing the marketing effectiveness agenda in Asia and beyond. He has spent a decade serving as Regional Judge, Finals Judge, Awards Presenter, Master of Ceremony, Expert Advisor, Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Jury at the China Effie

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 8:12 AM

Ipsos Study: 61% Indians Say Hillary Clinton will win US Presidential Election?blur=25

According to the latest opinion poll by Ipsos Public Affairs, more than six out ten (61.4%) Indian citizens believe Hillary Clinton will win the upcoming US presidential election, though Donald Trump is seen as the favourite by the 24.6% respondents

exchange4media Staff Nov 5, 2016 8:11 AM