Uday Shankar, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Star India, spoke last week at New York's Paley Center for Media on Star's journey to the top of the Indian broadcasting heap. Shankar's story is interesting because he is one of the few people who ... Smart Investor, 1 month ago
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Media coverage of the recent acquisition of media group Network18 by Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited was muted. While some chose to skip the news altogether, others appeared cautious. The majority saw this as the end of media ...Impact, 2 weeks ago
Frost & Sullivan has release highlights of the third edition of its Digital Media India Summit. The summit included over 100 participants from broadcasters, cable, DTH, and telco operators as well as industry bodies and government representatives.Light Reading India, 3 weeks ago Business Models,Regulations,And ... EFYTimes.com, 3 weeks ago Business Models, Regulations, and Technology Adoption need to Evolve along with Changing Consumer-viewing Habits to Abet Industry Growth, notes Frost & Sullivan Web Newswire, 3 weeks ago
Is it time for Indian media firms to start looking at people from the content side of the business for leadership roles? Vanita Kohli-Khandekar June 10, 2014 Last Updated at 21:48 IST Uday Shankar, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Star India, ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Offer a chance at presidential mercy, and inmates will line up. That's what the federal government found out last month when more than 18,000 prisoners filled out electronic surveys to apply for reduced sentences from President Barack Obama in a ...Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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