Speech On Doordarshan In Hindi Essays and Term Papers

  • Radio and Television

    Indian households own a television today. From a single television channel, over 300 satellite TV channels are broadcasted today. Beginning: Doordarshan had a modest beginning with the experimental telecast starting in Delhi on 15 September 1959 with a small transmitter and a makeshift studio. The...

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  • Brand Audit of Doordarshan

    BRAND AUDIT ON DOORDARSHAN A BRIEF HISTORY & OVERVIEW OF DOORDARSHAN Doordarshan is an Indian public service broadcaster, a division of Prasar Bharati. It is one of the largest broadcasting organizations in India in terms of the infrastructure of studios and transmitters. The DD provides...

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  • Indian News Broadcasting

    confined to metropolitan cities. As a public broadcaster, Doordarshan presented the news in naturalized manner. All controversial issues were pushed under the carpet. The ruling government had a strong hold on the television broadcasting. Doordarshan news bulletins were unable to provide the international...

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  • Independence of India

    Also called Swatantrata Divas (Hindi) Observed by Indians Type National Date August 15 Celebrations Flag hoisting, distribution of sweets in schools, flying kites, singing patriotic songs, entertainment and cultural programmes India’s Independence Day (Hindi: Swatantrata Divas) is celebrated...

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  • Indian television in the era of globalization

    education centers in and around Delhi to receive adult education programs, handled by the society All India Radio and its part devoted to television Doordarshan, that were broadcast for one hour twice a week 2 . Not very promising at first, the programs of Indian television got fixed and better-broadcast...

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  • Study Guide 1

    tongue, Official language- Hindi/English Very easy for North Indians barely had to put any effort and sometimes didn’t have to learn 2 new languages Very hard for South Indians Difficult to learn Indo Aryan language Spread of language through Akashvani and Doordarshan Akashvani All India radio...

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  • Hi, I Just Wanna Read Man

    Mass communication 130 In India usually media is owned by the both government and private cooperation’s for example, Doordarshan is owned by a branch of government Prasar Bharati. This network is found by government of India in 1959. Government also owned some radio station under this network for, example...

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  • Media Helping in Nation Building

    functions of the Ministry are to:- | |Provide news services through All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan (DD) to the people | |Develop the broadcasting and television network as well as promote import and export...

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  • History Of Radio Broadcast in India

    channel known as FM-II at four metros, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi, in addition to the Metro Channel FM-I. Nov 12, 2001 Museum of Radio and Doordarshan was inaugurated. Declared as The Public Service Broadcasting day to commemorate Gandhiji's visit to AIR Feb 27, 2002 AIR launched its first ever...

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  • News

    Countries | : | India | | Industry | : | Media and TV Software | | ------------------------------------------------- Abstract: Aaj Tak, a 24 hours Hindi news channel in India, was launched in December 2000. Since then, the channel has maintained its lead in viewership in the news segment. The case explores...

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  • Audio Visual

    Network introduced five major television channels into the Indian broadcasting space that had so far been monopolised by the Indian government-owned Doordarshan: MTV,STAR Plus, Star Movies, BBC, Prime Sports and STAR Chinese Channel. Soon after, India saw the launch of Zee TV, the first privately-owned Indian...

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  • Independence Day

    of August स्वतंत्रता दिवस (Hindi) १५ (पन्द्रह) अगस्त(Hindi) | Observed by | India | Type | National | Significance | The day India became independent from British rule. | Date | August 15 | Celebrations | Flag hoisting, Parades, Singing patriotic songs, Speech by thePrime Minister, Family...

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  • Dubbing and Subtitling

    exact translation of the dialogues of the original language into the targeted language. For example a movie originally produced in Hindi is translated to Tamil and all the Hindi dialogues of the movie are translated and recorded in Tamil ensuring the synchronisation with the visuals of the original visuals...

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  • Alkdkfd

    Sabha, it holds de facto veto power in such legislations * The Parliament has its own TV broadcasting stations launched in 2004: Doordarshan Rajya Sabha and Doordarshan Lok Sabha (now known as Lok Sabha TV) * When the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 Jan 1950, the Constituent Assembly...

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  • Media

    in 1772. India's first newspaper, Calcutta General Advertise, also known as the Hicky'sBengal Gazette was established in January 1780, and the first Hindi daily, Samachar Sudha Varshan, began in 1854. The evolution of the Indian media since has been fraught with developmental difficulties; illiteracy,...

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  • Papaer

    in 1922 by Prafulla Chandra Sarkar—has the largest circulation for a single-edition regional language newspaper in India. The headquarters of Doordarshan, for which experimental telecast started in September 1959. Regular daily transmission followed in 1965 as a part of All India Radio. Main articles: Print...

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  • Ignou B.Com(a&F)

    programmes Work-related field project/Functional assignments as per programme requirements Telecast of video programmes on the National Network of Doordarshan (DD-I) Broadcast of audio programmes by All India Radio (selected stations) Interactive Satellite Aided Communication Network (Teleconferencing)...

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  • Famous Musicians

    Genre(s) Indian classical music Occupation(s) Tabla Instrument(s) Tabla Years active 1963 - present Label(s) HMV Ustad Zakir Hussain (Hindi: ज़ाकिर हुसैन, Urdu: زاکِر حسین), (born 9 March 1951), is an Indian tabla player, musical producer, film actor and soundtrack composer. Contents [hide] ...

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  • India

    000 people. If these languages were to be included, there are 415 living languages in India. The Constitution of India has stipulated the usage of Hindi and English to be the two official languages of communication for the Union Government. Individual states' own internal communications are usually in...

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  • Bollywood and Liberalization

    Bollywood and Liberalization Bollywood as a term has been roughly in vogue for the last four decades and is synonymous to the Hindi film industry of Mumbai, formerly Bombay. But not until recently the term Bollywood has become a global phenomenon with the hay days of the economic liberalization...

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