News channels have come up with exclusive offers to make it a lucrative investment proposition for advertisers

Tasmayee Laha Roy & Ruhail Amin 14-May-2019

The new initiative will strengthen the content collaboration between the two media houses and deepen their ties as they begin sharing journalistic resources

exchange4media Staff 10-May-2019

Some media educators and key industry people gathered at the Media Education Summit at IIC, Delhi, to bridge the gap between education and execution

exchange4media Staff 23-November-2018

India has emerged amongst the most dangerous places for journalists and the reasons for this are as complex as the profession itself

Ruhail Amin 05-November-2018

Himanshu Gautam, Business Head - Digital, Amar Ujala Group said that it was critical for brands to have a great product in order to overcome challenges in digital domain

exchange4media Staff 19-October-2018

While revenues de-grew at Network18 and NDTV, other listed companies such as TV Today and ZMCL managed single digit top line growth

Saif Ahmad Khan 05-June-2017

The decision was taken at a meeting held by NBA on May 9

Saif Ahmad Khan 25-May-2017

In January, Pankaj Pachauri announced his plans of challenging the traditional news television model through his mobile-only venture

Saif Ahmad Khan 09-March-2017

enba 2016 hosted a panel discussion on the theme ‘Redefining TRPs: Trust & Respect Points’ moderated by Madhavan Narayanan.

Saif Ahmad Khan 28-February-2017

The venture is slated to go live in mid-February The venture is slated to go live in mid-February

Saif Ahmad Khan 25-January-2017

Well-known print and broadcast journalist Pachauri has also worked as Communications Advisor to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

exchange4media Staff 29-April-2015

Pankaj Pachauri, till recently Managing Editor of NDTV India, has joined Prime Minister’s Office as Adviser, Communications, according to sources

exchange4media Staff 19-January-2012

At a meeting with senior journalists and editors on October 10, 2011, newly-appointed Chairman of the Press Council of India, Markandey Katju, warned, “If media proves incorrigible, harsh measures may be required”. Such measures could include imposing heavy fines on defaulters, stopping government advertisements for them and even suspending their licence.

Niraj Singh 12-October-2011