IS revamps recruitment, with savvy, professional

After a selection of tunes, the presenter with an American accent offers "a glimpse at our main headlines." IS militants have just seized three Iraqi cities. A bomb blows up a factory, killing everyone inside.

"They picked on me because of my skin colour": Paris racism victim
"They picked on me because of my skin colour": Paris racism victim

The victim of a racist incident involving Chelsea football fans in the Paris metro did not know the incident had been filmed and widely broadcast and will now lodge an official complaint with police, he told French daily Le Parisien.

`Sesame Street` celebrates 45 years

Sesame Street, the hit children`s television show that has been broadcast in more than 150 countries, reached yet another milestone Monday as it celebrated its 45th anniversary.

Career in brand solutions and programming

Daya Gupta tells us about how he got into this line and gives advice to those who want to enter into the field of production.

North Korea allowing `recorded` broadcasts of London Olympics

Seoul: North Korea is allowing daily coverage of the London Olympics to be shown on its TV network, a South Korean broadcaster who arranged technical logistics for the North has said

London 2012 Olympics: Panasonic to broadcast in 3D

The London 2012 Olympics will be the first to be broadcast live in 3D, Japanese electronics giant Panasonic announced.

Reprieve for BBC Hindi service

BBC said it will continue a one-hour broadcast in Hindi for another year.

Lanka rejects visas to Aljazeera TV crew amid broadcast row

The government on day denied visas to staffers of Dubai-based Aljazeera television after it broadcast new grisly photos of LTTE cadres allegedly killed by
Sri Lankan Army.

Govt mulling to set up Broadcasting Authority of India

Even as the government is holding
discussions with broadcasters for building consensus on
content regulation on television, it is also mulling the
formation of a Broadcasting Authority of India.

Court halts broadcast of California gay marriage case

The US Supreme Court barred the live broadcast of audio and video from a California court where rights activists are challenging a state ban on gay marriage.

Fox, Time Warner Cable announce broadcast deal

Fox and Time Warner Cable have reached a deal in principle that will keep the network on the cable provider after Fox threatened to pull the plug over a fee dispute.

Govt may allow pvt radios to broadcast agency news

Private radio channels may be able to broadcast news sourced from agencies like PTI and UNI if the government accepts their long pending request to allow them to do so.

Iraq broadcasts truck bomber video confession

Iraq on Sunday showed a video of a
Saddam Hussein loyalist confessing to orchestrating one of two
massive truck bombings that killed 95 people and maimed
hundreds more in Baghdad four days ago.