Free Essays on Doordarshan

  1. Doordarshan

    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...

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. Case Study on Doordarshan

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

  6. 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...

  7. e commerce

    School Project of Kerala Government, Vyas Channelr of Consortium of Educational Communication under University Grants Commission, Gyandarsan of Doordarshan are some of such efforts. Introduction to Mass Communication Page 21 Entertainment function Irrespective of their type, mass media...

  8. Prasar Bharati Corporation

    Prasar Bharati (Broadcasting Corporation of India) is the public service broadcaster in the country, with Akashwani (All India Radio) and Doordarshan as its two constituents. It came into existence on 23rd November 1997, with a mandate to organize and conduct public broadcasting services to inform...

  9. Mass Communication

    2011;1(1) channels have come into existence and have been attracted by millions of listeners. Moreover, in India, Television made a humble debut when Doordarshan (DD) was initiated in 1959. Today, Television service is available throughout the country, directly as terrestrial TV and through cable operators...

  10. Television and Education

    University Grants Commission (UGC) of India has been using television for higher education. In 1984 UGC launched “UGC Countrywide Classroom” on Doordarshan –the National Network of Television in India. Specially designed educational television programs, either imported or locally produced, were telecast...

  11. 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...

  12. Home Assignment 3

    give the consideration, processing and approval of Commissioned Programmes for Telecast on Doordarshan and All India Radio. MODES OF COMMISSIONING 1.MODES OF COMMISSIONING • Single Stage Process (SSP): Doordarshan/AIR may invite program proposals on identified themes/ subjects from eligible producers...

  13. Emergence of Kannada News Channels

    and technology. In 1977 doordarshan started primary service in Gulbarga, not with the impressive growth and reach on November 1st 1983 doordarshan opened its office in Bangalore. In 1988 doordarshan extended its news service up to 15min. later on 1st January 2000, doordarshan Bangalore Kendra was responsible...

  14. 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...

  15. History of dth service in india

    HISTORY OF DTH SERVICE INDUSTRY The history of Indian Television dates back to the launch of Doordarshan, the country’s national television network in 1959. Television was then seen as a luxury item that could be afforded only by a chosen few. The transmission was in Black & White. The 9th Asian...

  16. Elements of Credit

    not skull Vodka (i.e. between 3 AM and 3.30 AM on Wednesdays). When they do drink Vodka however, they produce some phenomenally boring movies for Doordarshan (e.g." Life cycle of the Siberian tapeworm”) and invade central Asian countries. I can imagine Stalin swigging a few and ordering his shivering Komissars...

  17. Indo-Cricket

    Rashid Latif's allegation of match fixing, Qadir's confession of tempering balls by Pakistani fast bowlers, large scale betting, etc. Back home Doordarshan came to the rescue of common viewer by transmitting all the matches by knocking court's door for which Bukhtir's Ten Sports had exclusive rights...

  18. Tv Tx

    terrestrial or cable providers. Over 300 TV Satellite television channels are broadcast in India. This includes channels from the state-owned Doordarshan, News Corporation owned STAR TV, Sony owned Sony Entertainment Television, Sun Network and Zee TV. Direct To Home service is provided by Airtel Digital...

  19. the speech and expression

    and economic matters. Television In Doordarshan,s case Doordarshan refused to telecast a documentary film on Bhopal gas tragedy prepared by the petitioner. The film in question had won a golden lotus award as the best non-feature film in 1987 and yet the Doordarshan refused to telecast the film on the...

  20. 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...

  21. Advertising-Critical Appraisal

    While some efforts were made to fulfil these brave goals, television also earned the unholy reputation of being a vehicle for government propaganda. Doordarshan – the public service broadcaster was the only available terrestrial network till 1991 when transnational satellite television channels began to make...

  22. Term Paper

    REPORT DOORDARSHAN ELECTRIC SUBSTATION HP PETROLEUM PETROL PUMP SUBMITTED TO: MRS. MAMTA MAM SUBMITTED BY: NAME:Rahul singh chauhan ROLL NO:A17 REG NO:11105432 COURSE:CSE DOORDARSHAN DOORDARSHAN is a public broadcast...

  23. Indian Television Explores Unconventional Relationships

    two one-hour programmes aired in a week. In 1976, Doordarshan, which was All India Radio’s television arm until then became a separate department. Till 1990, Doordarshan was one and only accesible channel to many Indian audiences. Previously Doordarshan was in monopoly, but with the advent of private channels...

  24. Television

    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...

  25. A.R.Rahaman

    Vaidyanathan on world tours. He also appeared playing the keyboard on a few popular music shows on televison like 'Wonder Balloon' on the Madras Doordarshan channel. He also supposedly composed a few short pieces of music in Ilaiyaraja's films, a notable one being the theme music in K.Balachander's 'Punnagai...

  26. bollywood

    production, not marketing and distribution – that key step which would take them to viewers. They had also lost their only source of reaching out – Doordarshan. The result was that most films were either never released, or screened only during film festivals to win international accolades, and the Indian...

  27. 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...

  28. Audio Visual

    Network introduced five major television channels into the Indian broadcasting space that had so far been monopolised by the Indian government-owned Doordarshan: MTV,STAR Plus, Star Movies, BBC, Prime Sports and STAR Chinese Channel. Soon after, India saw the launch of Zee TV, the first privately-owned Indian...

  29. To Visit

    DELHI Journalism Seminar report Topic:-A visit to Studio INTRODUCTION: The visit to Doordarshan is a valuable visit as we came to know many things about communication, how communication is applicable in practical field. As we know in DD, there are two types of communication is held...

  30. 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...