MUMBAI: India's first female rapper â€?Taran Kaur Dhillon a.k.a Hard Kaur' who has redefined hip-hop music in Bollywood industry with an array of chartbusters is one of the top rated performing artistes in India and abroad. The UK based rapper has been widely acclaimed for her performances in chartbusters like Move Your body, Ek Glassy, Laungda Laskara, Mein Tera Dhadkan Teri and many more.
MUMBAI: Dolby Laboratories has withdrawn its patent infringement lawsuit against Research in Motion (RIM) as the BlackBerry maker inked a licensing deal to utilize Dolby's audio compression technologies.
In June, Dolby sued RIM seeking financial damages for past infringements and sales injunctions on Blackberry smartphones and Playbook tablets. Dolby claimed that RIM used its audio compression technologies without obtaining licenses.
MUMBAI: BBC Worldwide has announced its first 3D music offerings, a chance for audiences to see their favourite artists, up close and personal in a 3D experience.
Bringing the joy of live music to a new level, Britney Spears' Femme Fatale Tour, Alice Cooper's Halloween Night of Fear and Elbow: Live on Air will be available to broadcasters at Mipcom 2011.
MUMBAI: Tellychakkar.com's New Talent Awards 2011 is back in its fourth edition to recognize and applaud the fresh new talent in the music, film and television industry.
Apart from felicitating the Television debutants, the star-studded award ceremony has grown even bigger and better this year with the introduction of two new categories (Films and Music).
The awards will reward excellence in performances by those making their debut between 1 April 2010-31 May 2011, across 30 categories in films, television and music.
NEW DELHI: Arvind Kumar is moving out of the Information and broadcasting Ministry.
Presently Joint Secretary (Broadcasting) in the I&B Ministry, Kumar is to take over as the Chief Vigilance Officer in the National Buildings Construction Corporation from 1 October.
Arvind Kumar, an Indian Administrative Service officer from Uttar Pradesh from the 1988 batch, had been elevated from the post of Director in August last year. He succeeded the slot vacated by Zohra Chatterji.
MUMBAI: The National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) in the US, co-sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters (Nab) and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) on location-based services technologies for terrestrial radio data broadcasting that could form the basis for future NRSC standards and guidelines.
The NRSC hopes to identify other new and innovative services using geo-location data that will benefit broadcasters and radio listeners alike.
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