Introducing: New Viewsletter Feature: Top 5 Links of the Day

06 May,2013

Introducing a new ‘Viewsletter’ Feature called ‘Links of the Day’. This will have links to various news and features from various publications which we think are good for you to connect to. The summary against each link may not necessarily be from the news report/article. This feature will soon be available only as part of our ‘viewsletter’.


#1: Welcome decision, says Uday Varma. We had given proposals to DD for rural, but they didn’t want to fund it: LV Krishnan Hussain

Quotes from I&B secretary Uday Varma, Prasar Bharati CEO Jawahar Sircar and TAM CEO L V Krishnan


#2: Competition Commission orders investigation on representation of Doordarshan in TAM

Report on the Competition Commission of India verdict under “Section 26 (1) of the Competition Art 2002, against TAM Media Research Pvt. Ltd, sole and dominant television viewership measurement firm in India that it has abused its position of strength with respect to measurement of viewership in contravention of the provisions of section 4 of the Act”.


#3: Infrastructure Developments Creating Huge Opportunities for the Indian Advertising Industry

Research firm IMARC’s new report titled, “Indian Advertising Market Report & Forecast (2012-2016),” provides an analytical and statistical insight into the Indian advertising industry along with its various segments and sub-segments.


#4: China warns Indian media, says ‘will not ignore provocations’

Jagran Post

Arnab Goswami, please note. The Chinese don’t like the Indian media’s slamming of the recent ‘intrusion’. “Such nonsense will influence mainstream society,” the article in the government-controlled daily said.


#5: It’s serious: space for cartooning shrinking

The Hindu

The cartooning scenario has become grim – with many newspapers opting to not use them on top of the page or in the edit page… the message from  a session on the “Art of political cartooning” at the two-day Mario Miranda Cartoon Festival which ended in Panaji, Goa on Sunday.


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