The Delhi High Court has issued a stay order over policy guidelines that might have left India without TV ratings.
The news comes less than a week after Cook was voted treasurer of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
A rift over ratings that had split the Indian TV industry was seemingly settled today. But for how long? India's TV channels were never going to go dark, but they might have been forced to air…
Sony Entertainment Television, Times TV and NDTV have discontinued subscriptions with Kantar and Nielsen's TAM Media Research, India's leading TV ratings agency.
Helena Carroll, an Irish stage, television and film actress died at her home in Los Angeles on March 31. She was 84. Carroll was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland. She moved to the United States…
In August, news network New Delhi Television (NDTV) took the somewhat unprecedented legal action of suing Television Audience Measurement Media Research India -- a joint venture of the Nielsen Co…
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LONDON -- The inherently flawed nature of India's TV ratings system has been thrown into sharp relief by New Delhi Television's lawsuit, filed in the New York State Supreme Court, against Indian…
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