It is becoming evident that facts are irrelevant to any serious debate. Why has this happened? Business Standard, 3 days ago
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Poor policymaking, a fractious industry and the cockeyed nature of regulations are to blame, saya Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. A ripple of excitement went through the Rs 115,700-crore Indian media and entertainment (M&E) industry recently. The $900-million acquisition of Media.net by a Chinese consortium brought fresh hopes and heartburn. Media.net is founded by Indian-origin brothers Divyank and Bhavin Turakhia. It is, however, a global ad-tech firm based out of Dubai and gets more than 95 per ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Vanita Kohli-Khandekar: Why media investments have dried up Business Standard, 1 month ago Vanita Kohli-Khandekar: The malady at home Business Standard, 1 month ago
Is India a bad place for good journalism or a good place for bad journalism?Business Standard, 2 months ago Vanita Kohli-Khandekar: Digital journalism to the rescue? Business Standard, 2 months ago
As studios seek to eliminate risk and improve returns, will the Indian film industry lose its uniqueness?Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Millions of people who would hesitate to steal a pen have no qualms about watching stolen films, TV showsBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
| News Indo-US The 12th Indo-US Economic Summit commenced at Hotel Hyatt Regency in New Delhi on Sept 14 with U.S. Ambassador to India Richard R. Verma, addressing the gathered leaders from the world of politics and business. The two day ...EventFAQs, 2 weeks ago
More Indians are watching films across screens, TV, online and other platforms than ever before. Whether it is by tackling costs, processes or revenues, the trick is to find a way of making money from all of them, says Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. Earlier this month, the Indian arm of the $52.5-billion Walt Disney Company announced it was giving up on the Indian film business. “Given the challenges with the current economic model for investing in the local film industry, we intend to shift ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Earlier this month, the Indian arm of the $52.5-billion Walt Disney Company announced it was giving up on the Indian film business. "Given the challenges with the current economic model for investing in the local film industry, we intend to shift ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
Helen Jackson, BBC Worldwide BBC Worldwide, BBC's over £1-billion commercial arm, is the biggest distributor of TV content outside of the US studios. Sherlock, Top Gear and Dr Who among its other shows and its natural history programming are ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Last week's release Dishoom became India's first film to use encryption while submitting a film for certification. The move came after Great Grand Masti crashed at the box office as it was leaked online 17 days before release. Bengaluru-based Aiplex ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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