Mumbai's historic Metro theater may convert to a four-screen multiplex to take advantage of government breaks on taxes and electricity.
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Mumbai's first independent FM channel, WIN 94.6, went off the air Tuesday in a licensing fee dispute.
Cinema owners in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, the heart of the Bollywood film industry, have delayed a strike called to protest against a high entertainment tax on tickets, steep…
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Indian producers and distribbers are yet to break the month-long deadlock that has stopped new releases as the prime pre-monsoon movie-going season reaches its peak.
Another Bollywood pic will be released Thursday despite a strike that had distributors holding off on new releases.
TV news is hitting the headlines in India, one of the world's most potentially lucrative media markets, as five 24-hour news channels join four all-news broadcasters this month.
A majority of Indian movie distribbers had agreed to a compromise with producers that allowed for a six- to nine-month gap before new Bollywood pics are sold to cable or homevideo.
A quarrel between producers and distributors in India has halted the release of Hindi films, leaving the field clear for Hollywood pics in the prime pre-monsoon movie-going season.