The Board of Directors of Wire and Wireless (India) Limited (WWIL) in its meeting held today, has taken on record the unaudited consolidated financial results of the Company and its subsidiaries for the
A 35-year-old cable operator died and three of his family members, including his wife, suffered critical injuries after a group of men allegedly barged into their house in southwest Delhi's Bindapur and attacked them
A detailed survey will be conducted to find out the number of cable television connections in Puducherry and in the adjoining areas as the data provided by cable operators was found to be incorrect, Chief Minister N. Rangasamy said in the Assembly on 23 July 2012.
Satellite television broadcasting in Tamil Nadu is entangled in a cobweb of cables. Unlike other States in the country, where cable distribution of TV channels is a commercial operation of competition (healthy or unhealthy),
The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation Ltd (TNACTVC) to convene a meeting of its Board of Directors and place the minutes of the price negotiation committee (PNC) of April this year for a television channel and take a decision one way or the other by July 31.
Members of the Tamilnadu Cable TV Service Providers Association met the honorable minister of Information and Broadcasting Ms. Ambika Soni on 19 July 2012 to apprise her of the situation of digitalisation in Tamilnadu state.
Srinagar, July 18: Davinder Singh Rana, Political Advisor to Chief Minister, Wednesday threatened to sue Peoples Conference Chairman Sajjad Gani Lone for his alleged statement accusing him of misusing his official position to further his business interests.
NEW DELHI: Broadcasters including Star India, Zee News Ltd and Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) have filed a petition in the Delhi High Court on 18 July 2012, challenging the extension of digitisation deadline
The Madras High Court on 17th July12 ordered that the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation should not open, until further orders, price bids for fixing carriage fee and allotment slots for satellite free-to-air and pay channels in its cable TV service in the State (except Chennai.)
The Madras High Court on 13 July 2012 granted interim stay until further orders of the confirmation of auction by the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV (TAC TV) Corporation Limited, scheduled for July 17, for fixation of
The information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry has come out with new cable rules under which multi-system operators (MSOs) and local cable operators (LCOs) can lose their license if they fail to provide data on digitisation sought by the government.
The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has initiated the process of making amendments in the Cable Rules which will make multi-system operators accountable for the information they provide about the progress made in digitising cable services.
Wire and Wireless (India) Ltd. (WWIL) / SITI Cable, has announced path breaking initiatives to share carriage revenue with cable operators. But some people are spreading malicious facts about this initiative in the market and trying to mislead the cable operators.
Government of Tamilnadu has floated a tender for fixation of carriage fee and allotment of frequency slots for Free-To-Air (FTA) and Pay satellite channels in the state run ARASU cable network, barring Chennai.
On 2 July 2012, two petitions were filed in TDSAT, one by DigiCable and the other by a group of independent MSOs of Delhi including Delhi Distribution Company(DDC), Home Cable and other MSO(I) against TRAI’s tariff order.