Free Essays on Doordarshan

  1. Case Study on Doordarshan

    Case study Doordarshan Group No: 9 Members: Sophy S Babu (54) Soumitri (55) Subramanian Suraj (56) Sujay Dutta (57) ...

  2. Revenue and Different Dd Channels

    television channel in India. It is the flagship channel of Doordarshan, the Indian public service broadcasting corporation, and the most widely available terrestrial television channel in India After years of falling revenues, in 1999-2000 Doordarshan (DD)1 had a revenue growth at 50%. In 1999-2000, DD...

  3. Indian Classical Dance and Music

    compulsory, most cable operators were not even aware of it. "What could we do? There is no demand for it, whatsoever," says a Cable Operator. Doordarshan started out as thinking person's channel with special and interesting shows based on various cultural arts. But since the entry of Private television...

  4. Television Stations in India and India Channels Dd

    Doordarshan is an Indian public service broadcaster, a division of Prasar Bharati. It is one of the largest broadcasting organisations in India in terms of the studio and transmitter infrastructure. Recently, it has also started broadcasting on Digital Terrestrial Transmitters. On 15 September 2009...

  5. Doordarshan

    International Case Study Conference Case study title-“Once Upon a Time in Doordarshan” Abstract An Indianpublic service broadcaster, a division of PrasarBharti and once the only and most viewed television channel. However, later it gradually entered...

  6. Television –Its Advantages and Disadvantages

    August, 1982 when colour television was introduced in the country. Doordarshan also started its National Programme. Doordarshan network consists of 64 Doordarshan Kendras/Production Centres, 24 Regional News Units, 126 Doordarshan Maintenance Centres, 202 High Power tranmitters, 828 Low Powr Transmitters...

  7. kishore kumar

    sangeet premiyon with which Kishoreda introduces himself here goes on to make it the second best of all that is available in the net. K even thanks DOORDARSHAN for arranging the show his unique way. The conversation resumes thus: ‘Kishoreda, kya kamal ka gaate hain aap!’ K: ‘Kalyanjibhai, Anandjibhai -...

  8. Ssc Vacancy

    autonomous body established under the Prasar Bharati (Broadcasting Corporation of India) Act 1990. It is India’s largest broadcaster and comprises Doordarshan & All India Radio. It wishes to recruit young and skilled personnel for manning the posts of Programme Executive, Transmission Executive and Production...

  9. Brand Audit of Doordarshan

    BRAND AUDIT ON DOORDARSHAN A BRIEF HISTORY & OVERVIEW OF DOORDARSHAN Doordarshan is an Indian public service broadcaster, a division of Prasar Bharati. It is one of the largest broadcasting organizations in India in terms of the infrastructure of studios and transmitters. The DD provides...

  10. Inplant Training Report

    activities, the Director General is assisted by the Civil Construction Wing, which is headed by a Chief Engineer. CCW also caters to the needs of Doordarshan. Administrative Wing A Dy. Director General (Administration) assists the Director General on all matters of administration while Dy. Director...

  11. Doordarshan - Case Study

    Doordarshan DWIJANMA- RebrandIT: Quo Vadis 09 Make Doordarshan Evergreen The first decades of television in India revolved around Doordarshan since it was the only television channel. As private channels became more visible and viewership increased the picture changed dramatically. These channels...

  12. Republic

    the ‘Beating of Retreat’ on January 29, a day before Martyrs Day which marks the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The mass media, All India Radio, Doordarshan and TV channels are agog with a variety of programmes. The day has acquired the status of a social celebration in which people participate whole-heartedly...

  13. Blaa Blaa

    cassettes of film songs and T-l Series detergent manufactured by Gulshan Kumar's factories. He spent millions of I rupees on advertising his products in Doordarshan and other Media and made hefty I profits every year. The sale of T-Series cassettes of films "Sajan" and "Ashiqui" reached more than a crore each...

  14. New Wave Indian Cinema

    grants to produce non-commercial films on Indian themes. The films were showcased at government film festivals and on the government-run TV station, Doordarshan. These films also had runs in art houses or theatres in India and overseas. After the 1980s, Indian art cinema has, to a great extent, lost its government...

  15. Testing

    21. Consider the following statements 1. The 1st programme on Radio was broadcasted in 1936 by Radio Club of Bombay 2. Colour transmission by doordarshan was introduced during the Asian games held in New Delhi in 1982 (a) 1 is Correct (b) 2 is Correct (c) 1 and 2 Both Correct (d) Both incorrect ...

  16. prime minister

    Bhavan along with my colleague Muthu Kumar, a very competent information service officer with an impressive record at Doordarshan, to arrange the dais and the positioning of the Doordarshan camera. The public broadcaster’s cameras were the only ones to be placed in the hall and private channels would...

  17. Ppt on Top Ten Export Measures

    India Economic Summit held in November, 2006 in New Delhi.The film titled "Young and Resurgent India" was screened on a gratis basis by BBC World, Doordarshan, Aaj Tak, Zee and CNN IBN channels. * Indian economic studies on States of India were prepared highlighting the business trends and key opportunities...

  18. Radio and Television

    Indian households own a television today. From a single television channel, over 300 satellite TV channels are broadcasted today. Beginning: Doordarshan had a modest beginning with the experimental telecast starting in Delhi on 15 September 1959 with a small transmitter and a makeshift studio. The...

  19. Sachin Biography

    cricket was prompted by a group of friends – myself, Sunil Harshe and Avinash Gowariker – getting into a spot of trouble. At the time in India Doordarshan, the national broadcaster, would show a classic film every Sunday, and on this fateful day it was Guide, starring Dev Anand, one of India’s legendary...

  20. Iift

    international fame is held every year in the month of December. D. Prasar Bharati is the public service broadcaster in India with All India Radio and Doordarshan as its two constituents. A. The two planets - Mercury and Mars - that move within the Earth’s orbit are known as inferior planets. B. All planets...

  21. Dth Industry

    participate in the questionnaire. Chapter 2 – Evolution of the Indian TV Broadcasting Industry 1959: Doordarshan The history of Indian Television dates back to the launch of Doordarshan, the country’s national television network in 1959. The television was seen as a luxury item that could be bought...

  22. “the Comparison Between Air 102.6 and Radio One 94.3”

    Bharati's Doordarshan, the national television broadcaster, today. All India Radio is one of the largest radio networks in the world. Their headquarters is at the Akashvani Bhavan, New Delhi. Akashvani Bhavan houses the drama section, the FM section and the National service. The Doordarshan Kendra (Delhi)...

  23. Insat

    Region. It is a joint venture of the Department of Space, Department of Telecommunications, India Meteorological Department, All India Radio and Doordarshan. The overall coordination and management of INSAT system rests with the Secretary-level INSAT Coordination Committee. INSAT satellites provide transponders...

  24. Television and People

    different state capitals and important towns. Another landmark was achieved on 15th August, 1982 when colour television was introduced in the country. Doordarshan also started its National Programme. Television was introduced in India on an experimental basis in Delhi on 15th September, 1959. This was made...