June 26, 2014

TAM RATINGS: TVM(TRP) & GVT(GRP) Ratings 2014- Week 25


Channel wise GVT's
  • Star Plus 661(626)
  • Zee TV 400(376)
  • Colors TV 351(366)
  • Life OK 333(319)
  • Sony Entertainment Television 298(300)
  • Sab TV 279(287)

Gross TVM's (Channel Wise)

Also ReadTAM Ratings Week 25 highlights

STAR PLUS
  • Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon 2.6 (2.3 )
  • Suhani 2.4 (2.3)
  • Saath Nibhana Saathiya 8.1 (6.9)
  • Saraswatichandra 3.9 (3.7)
  • Ek Haseena Thi 3.7 (4.0)
  • Mahabharat 6.4 (6.5)
  • Diya Aur Baati Hum 9.0  (9.4)
  • Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai 6.1  (6.2)
  • Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara 5.0 (5.3)
  • Veera. 4.8  (5.5)
  • Ye Hai Mohabbatein  5.7 (6.3)
  • SV 0.6 (0.6)
      COLORS  drops to  at 351 GTVMs (366), continues to be at No.3 position.
      • Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa drops to 4.1 ( 5.6 ) in its third week.
      • Sasural Simar Ka 4.4 (3.9),
      • Balika Vadhu 4.5 (3.9),
      • Madhubala 2.2 (2.3),
      • Beintehaa 2.5 (2.8)
      • Rang Rasiya 2.1 (2.2),
      • Uttaran 2.7 (2.8)
      • Bani Ishq Da Kalma 2.3 (2.1),
      • Comedy Nights With Kapil 5.9 (5.9),
      • Mission Sapne 1.7 (2.8)
        ZEE TV grows to 376 Gross TVMs (376 ) on the back of DID Lil Masters Finale which rates 4.7 TVM over 3 ½ hours.
        • Pavitra Rishta  1.9 (1.9),
        • EK Muthi Aasman 2.6 (2.5),
        • Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke 4.4 (3.8),
        • Jodha Akbar 7.7 (7.7),
        • Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se  4.6 (4.3),
        • Kumkum Bhagya 4.9 (3.5) ,  
        • Qubool Hai  4.4 (3.8),
        • Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 3.7 (3.6)
        • Doli Armanon Ki  3.0 (3.2),
        • DID Lil Masters 3.7 (3.1)
        • Gangs of Haseepur 1.1 (1.4)
        • Fear Files 1.7 (1.7),  
        • Buddha 0.7 ( 0.7)
          Life OK grows to 333 Gross TVMs (319)
          • Baawre 0.6 (0.5) ,
          • Gustak Dil  1.8 (2.0),
          • Devon Ke Dev Mahadev 2.0 ( 1.9),
          • Ek Boondh Ishq  2.2 ( 2.3),
          • Naadan Parindey  1.6 (1.8),
          • Tumhaari Paakhi 2.3 (2.5),
          • Saavdhan India  2.3 ( 2.4),
          • Shapath 2.7 (2.9),
          • Hatim 1.8 (2.0).
          SAB TV drops to 279 ( 287).
          • Pritam Pyaare 1.1 (1.2 )
          • Baal Veer  2.4 ( 2.1),
          • Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltha Chasma  7.0 (6.2),
          • Chidiya Ghar 2.8 ( 2.4),
          • Badi Door Se Aaye Hai 2.7  (3.1) ,
          • Laapataganj 1.8 ( 1.6),
          • FIR 1.6 (1.6)
          Sony Entertainment Television is at  298 (300 ).
          • Main Na Bhulungi  0.8 (0.9),
          • Ek Nayi Pehchaan 1.3 (1.2),
          • Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega 2.1 (2.2),
          • Maharana Pratap 3.1 (3.3),
          • Bade Acche Lagte Hai 1.2 (1.2),
          • CID 3.3 (3.4),
          • Crime Patrol  2.4 (2.2),
          • Encounter 1.1 (1.2),
          • Adalat 1.5 (1.4)
          Also Read: What is TAM? How TAM ratings are calculated?  

          -K Himaanshu Shukla



          Copyright © 2014 - ScrutinyByKHimaanshu

          55 comments:

          Anonymous said...

          jhalak tvts 4.1 ,lets see how much they increase with manish ?

          Anonymous said...

          Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar says TRPS are messed up

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          LOL and fans have been creating huge wars over these Stupid TRP's . They should stop this crappy system ASAP

          Anonymous said...
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          Anonymous said...

          What the F**** Just 8K 9K peoplemeters whatever that crap is in a population of 16 crore TV homes. This is bullshit . They need to stop fooling people and put more peoplemeters.Disgusting

          Anonymous said...

          Drashti S****Dhami thrown out of Jhalak even doing all that she did to get into Jhalak

          Anonymous said...

          Preetika S*** Rao TRP also decreased !!

          Anonymous said...

          After so much Kissing on BI the TRP decreased by .3

          Anonymous said...

          Agreed. The trp system is essentially flawed and new mechanisms should be created by the industry ASAp without penalizing shows and actors by canceling or promoting show solely based on trps

          Anonymous said...

          Wtf 1.4 billion population and only 8000 9000 meters to judge success of shows. Even if you assume 50 % population only are couch potatoes. No wonder the older channels can manipulate the numbers who would

          Anonymous said...
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          Anonymous said...

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          Anonymous said...

          Hey we never reply to this person. She seems very sick and look at the comments she is making !

          Anonymous said...

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          Anonymous said...
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          Anonymous said...

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          LOL they did it >>>> HA HA and still the TRP decreased by 0.3

          Anonymous said...
          This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
          Anonymous said...

          Indian Minister says TRP are messed up !

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...
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          Anonymous said...

          They need to increase the people meters . In a population of 16 Crore TV homes how can u measure viewership with 8k peoplemeters. . That is way to less a sample in diverse Indian population. I hope they do something abt it and till then stop reporting the TRP's

          Anonymous said...

          Where is Sony tv's rating?

          Anonymous said...

          After reading the ministers statements the ratings are the biggest bullshit they are giving us !

          Anonymous said...

          LOL Minister is saying this . Dude do something to fix your trash

          Anonymous said...

          Yooooo Minister Sahab fix karo indian shows ka TRP ASAP

          Anonymous said...

          This is ridiculous.With these statistics out now hope all this crap is exposed now

          Anonymous said...

          OK thanks for sharing

          Anonymous said...

          tfs himaanshu sir for removing stupic comments

          Anonymous said...

          Thank you Himanshu Sir for taking action against the bully by removing the comments against an actress

          Anonymous said...

          Bravo for taking a stand and deleting the horrible comments from this page .Thannks . A big slap to all the bashers who spread hatred

          Anonymous said...

          The whole week no veeba n see trp. Of veers is so low :(((

          Anonymous said...

          I AM SHOCKED AFTER READING THE MINISTERS COMMENT . SCRAP TRP SYS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND DO NOT JUDGE SHOWS BASED ON THIS FLAWED SYSTEM.

          Anonymous said...

          Happy for Kumkum Bhagya. Nice Show.

          Anonymous said...

          Kumkum bhagya rocks n sslk also

          Anonymous said...

          Drashti fans stopped watching JDJ explains the drop in TRP. majority also did not watch Mission Sapne explains the drop in TRP. Though Madhubala is never promoted on TV or online by channel it has remained higher than over promoted Rang Rasiya. Which actually copies concepts from Madhubala.

          Anonymous said...

          LOL @ RR Ratings

          Anonymous said...

          2012-ipkknd 6 awards 2014-yhm 6 awards (spa awards) wow both my fav. Yhm is very nice!

          Anonymous said...

          HEY TRP's are messed up ! See below what the Indian Minister says : TRP's are not the real viewership of a show !!! :)

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          LOL Ratings are not correct ! It is b***S***
          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          Wow mammoth jump for saathiya. Now it will be interesting to watch how the modi's make that radha and tripti confess their crimes.

          Anonymous said...

          First there was WORLD T20, then IPL 7, THE ELECTIONS, WORLD CUP 2014, and now this stupid article which is now here to defend the so called greatest show ever in tv RANGRASIYA or whatever they call it... chalo next week would hear some new excuse from the RR fans... And last but not the least is that if your beloved show is not working and not gaining trps that doesnot mean the system is biased and wrong, others shows are also there and how they get it then... yeh hai mohobbattein is a rocking show, it is worth watching serial thats why it rocks in trps and SPA 2014 with 6 awards as many as IPKKND original got in SPA 2012... you know good things will always be appreciated and never dismissed...

          Anonymous said...

          So please dont celebrate if the trp of your favourite show rises. The funny thing is when trp of your fav show is high, it will be the correct measurement; but when it is low, the system becomes a crap.

          Anonymous said...

          we dont say rr is greatest show ever but rr is too good than other shows.and it is among the greatest shows like dmg,mjht,ghssp,pkyek,ipk

          Anonymous said...

          LOL but after this confession by the Minster himself that only 8k people meters are used to measure TRP in a 16 crore population it turns out it is a CRAP and biggest JOKE

          Anonymous said...

          well Idiot don't u understand plain english . It is not the fans of show that are saying TRP's are messed up. It is the Indian Information and Broadcasting minister saying this and giving all the numbers and statistics. India has a population of 16 Crore TV homes and only 8000 are used to measure TRP's and out of those we do not know how many are not working .So basically it is a b****S****

          Anonymous said...

          LOL u want to prove the minster is wrong ! It is not RR for fans of any show. It is the Indian Inforamtion and broadcasting minster presenting the facts. You have problem with that also? You don't want people to speak the truth and the truth is TRP is all messed up and needs to be fixed.

          Anonymous said...

          LMAO..100 bahane to defend aunty and her crappy shows

          Anonymous said...

          Write this to colors and see if they can stop your show from ending in September ;) No use shouting here :D

          Anonymous said...

          TRP"S ARE MESSED UP says INDIAN Information and Broadcasting Minister :: READ BELOW THE FULL ARTICLE AND TRY TO UNDERSTAND WHAT HE IS SAYING


          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          Indian Minister for Information and broadcasting Questions TRP's

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          Indian Minister for Information and broadcasting Questions TRP's

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          Indian Minister for Information and broadcasting Questions TRP's

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          Indian Minister for Information and broadcasting Questions TRP's

          MUMBAI: “There are 16 crore TV homes in the country, but only 8000 to 9000 peoplemters are being utilised to measure TRPs,” said Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar during his Mumbai visit on 21 June.

          The ever smiling Javadekar, did not fail from raising a few relevant issues even during his packed schedule. The Minister addressed the press on two occasions during the day. While he was the chief guest at the 'Narad Gaurav Puraskar' award ceremony organised by the Vishava Sanvad Kendra, he also was present at the Foundation Day celebration of the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh.

          Javadekar also stressed on how every channel was fighting to gain the maximum eye balls. “In this quest, every channel claims to be numero uno, but how is that possible and especially with only 8000-9000 peoplemeters measuring TRPs?” he questioned.

          Every form of media, according to the I&B Minister, must evolve their own mechanisms which are independent to behave in a responsible manner. “Since India’s own freedom struggle, the freedom of the press has not come free. Great leaders have sacrificed and therefore the freedom of the press must be preserved,” he emphasised.

          The newly appointed Minister also dropped a word of caution. He said, “The UPA government had followed a draconian emergency mindset." He added that he has come some files pertaining to a channel called Janam where the previous government had shown tremendous reluctance in providing the necessary licenses as one of its promoters was allegedly a RSS sarsanghchalak. “This should not be the case as the same principles should be followed for all channels,” he expressed.

          The channels promoters told a newspaper that they had been given the run around for a couple of years but a licence was issued with the explaination being that one of the channel's promoters is associated with the RSS. They additionally informed the newspaper that those backing Janam were NRIs and one of the promoters' father was a RSS member.

          Javadekar has apparently written about this case to home minister Rajnath Singh, and it's quite possible that its licence will be processed and cleared soon, says the newspaper.

          Commenting on the current media scenario, Javadekar concluded by saying that sensationalism is not journalism.

          Anonymous said...

          LOL people do not understand it is all CRAP. TRP is a crap .

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