India's Sahara One Media and Entertainment group is expanding the global footprint of its Bollywood movie channel Filmy.
Shilpa Bharatan Iyer
Screens went blank in Mumbai on Monday after local police seized encryption equipment from the offices of nine cablers allegedly transmitting adult content.
India's UTV Motion Pictures plans to invest $37 million to co-produce three Hollywood films -- Fox Searchlight's Chris Rock-helmed "I Think I Love My Wife" plus two with Will Smith and James…
Global Broadcast News, parent of CNN-IBN, hopes to mop up more than 1.05 billion rupees ($21 million) through an initial public offering on the Indian stock market.
Creative control at Sahara One Media and Entertainment -- a conglom that spans movie production and TV channels -- has returned to Seemanto Roy, son of Sahara Group chairman Subroto Roy.
Sony Entertainment Television is lining up three Western formats in its push to regain second place in the TAM ratings war in India.
Hyderabad-based animation producer Data Quest Entertainment has inked a 51:49 joint venture with Gallic toon house Onyx Films ("Renaissance") to produce high-end CG features.
India now has a range of measures in place to boost its film industry, Information & Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi told the Lower House of Parliament on Monday.
In an almost unprecedented move, a Mumbai court Thursday jailed movie pirates Samath Abdul Amir Khan and Mukesh Satish for six months and fined them $1,100 each.
India is to get its own version of the U.S. government channel C-Span as the country's Lok Sabha (Lower House) debuts its satcaster, Lok Sabha Television.
Unilever's Indian subsidiary Hindustan Lever has teamed with News Corp.'s Star India and Dutch formats specialist Endemol to launch a talent show, "Rin Mera Star Super Star," aimed at 5-14 year olds…
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