• Advertising in Contemporary Society in Egypt
    to the pan-Arab channels. The company has its own management, independent of Channel 1 and 2, but remains under the control of ERTU. Its 12 channels focus on arts and culture, news and current affairs, music, sports and children's programming. The most popular private TV channels are Dream 1 and...
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  • Media Management: Emerging Trends Book Description
    the decreasing ad spend on radio. They felt that the advertising agencies failed in exploiting the potential of radio to its fullest and simply treated it as a reminder medium. Advertisers blamed the lack of creativity in radio programming as compared to TV. In 1993 the government allowed private...
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  • Tv Alhijrah
    operated by Al Hijrah Media Corporation, a government owned company. It broadcasts from its headquarters in Pusat Islam, Kuala Lumpur. On 16 September 2009, the first Islamic television station in Malaysia, Al Hijrah TV show as a marker of a new era in the broadcasting industry in Malaysia. The primary...
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  • Launch Radio Channel
    expected to reach 25% it is only because of the private FM players in metropolitan cities and also the tier 2 cities. At present radio is heard in homes it is estimated to be around 72% and the least is 1% i.e. at workplace. There are around six FM radio channels which are owned and run by private...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    , NDTV becomes the country’s first private producer of the national news ‘News Tonight’, which aired on the country’s government-owned Doordarshan set a new landmark for Indian television because of its on-the-spot reporting with pertinent visuals. In the same year, TV Today Network occupied a 20...
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  • The Australian Television Industry
    pay TV. There are 5 major free-to-air television stations but two are government funded. In some parts of Australia there is also local television featuring local programs eg. Briz 31. The pay TV industry is growing rapidly with a far variation of channels for viewers to choose from. The first pay...
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  • service
    – DIRECT TO HOME, India come across these term in the year 1996 but It got approval from government in 2000. ZEE TV was the initiator of this innovation of private dish in India with name DISH TV. Then after doordarshan came up with APNA DTH and after that TATA penetrate by making joint venture with...
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  • Hinduism
    culture and Indian society. However, still, only the government owned Doordarshan has the license for terrestrial television broadcast. Private companies reach the public using satellite channels; both cable television as well as DTH has obtained a wide subscriber base in India. In 2012, India had about...
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  • Expansion of Recharge Network of Videocon D2H in Hubli India
    . • Airtel digital TV of Bharati telemedia • Videocon d2h of Videocon industries Categorization of players in the industry Government owned player: DD Direct+. Private players: Dish TV, Tata Sky, Sun direct, Big TV, Airtel digital TV, Videocon d2h Brief profile of players in the...
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  • Broadcasting
    . Commercial and Public FM Radio Stations Commercial broadcasting (also called private broadcasting) is the broadcasting of television programs and radio programming by privately owned corporate media. Features of Commercial Broadcasting: * Advertising - Commercial broadcasting is primarily...
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  • Dth Services
    industries Categorization of players in the industry Government owned player: DD Direct+ Private players: Dish TV, Tata Sky, Sun direct, Big TV, Airtel digital TV, Videocon d2h Brief profile of players in the industry DD DIRECT+ Doordarshan is the public television broadcaster of India and...
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  • Media Laws of Pakistan
    needed to encourage private TV networks since the state owned PTV was failing to attract audiences who wanted more openness both in terms of entertainment and current affairs. This led to the promulgation of an ordinance in 1997 to set up a regulator for the electronic media. Federal cabinet in January...
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  • Arab Media
    across the country. State-owned Nile TV, which also 32 broadcasts on satellite, offers a bouquet of nine channels in different genres and remains very popular among Egyptians. Two private satellite stations, AlMehwar and Dream, are also in operation, and the government has a financial stake in both...
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  • Dth Industry -Econimic Analysis
    only one TV channel in India. ‘Doordarshan’ was the only channel available for viewers and it was owned & controlled by government of India. Reception of signal used to happen via an antenna installed in every home with Television. Then with Cable TV Ordinance law passed in January 1995, cable...
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  • Dish Tv Analysis
    . Airtel Digital TVOwned by Bharti group, new entrant with aggressive marketing strategies. With 6 operational players, the inter firm rivalry is quite high. The competition from state owned DD-Direct to private players is negligible from the content point of view as the number of channels...
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  • Mass Media in Usa
    include to the largest international agencies of the English-speaking countries. There is no official or government-owned news agency in the U.S., there are no official or government-owned newspapers. There is no state censorship, no „official secrets act.“ Reading the Sunday paper is an...
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  • Corporate Accounting Assignment
    . The Board of Directors have appointed M/s. Enam Financial Consultants Private Limited and M/s. DSP Merrill Lynch Limited as advisors.Gemini TV Private Limited, owns five television channels, Gemini TV, Teja TV, Gemini News, Gemini Music and Gemini Cable Vision, and is operating with a...
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  • Zee Tv Entrepreneur Subhash Chandra
    owned by Star TV. India's first private satellite television channel Zee TV started off on 2nd October 1992. Soon three new channels, Zee News, Zee Cinema and Music Asia were launched and these are getting big success today. Zee TV has also launched regional channels in several regional...
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  • Dth Industry
    . In 1995, the government felt the need of regulation in Cable TV & passed the Cable TV Networks Act. This was also the time when the state owned Doordarshan & All India Radio came under the new holding Prasar Bharati to give them enough autonomy. Even with the basic regulations there...
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  • Role of Media in Pakistan
    Pitfalls Strengths • Increased media space – 40 private Pakistan-owned TV channels, 170 FM stations; Enhanced citizen interest – viewership, listenership increasing as well as interaction; Heightened political engagement – citizens participating on issues (elections, judges, terrorism, economy, etc...
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