Media Interviews

Megha Tata

Megha Tata,

(Managing director, South Asia, Discovery Communications India)

Despite its rich history in India, broadcasting network Discovery Communications is going through a turbulent time in this market. The network has been looking to go beyond its 'niche' zone and scale up fast. To this end, the leadership has been taking 'content leaps' into realms beyond its mainstay of factual entertainment - the network launched a sports channel DSport and a general entertainment channel Discovery Jeet (now called Jeet Prime). DSport is yet to have its moment of glory and Jeet has all but tanked. Read more

Neeraj Vyas

Neeraj Vyas

Business Head, Sony SAB, PAL and Sony MAX movie cluster

"We can't just chase ratings anymore": Neeraj Vyas Read more

Alok Tandon

Alok Tandon

CEO, Inox Leisure

"Events like the ICC World Cup help us in bringing the non-cinema lovers to our multiplexes": Inox's Alok Tandon Read more

Gautam Thakar

Gautam Thakar

CEO, Star Sports

"Regional language helps connect with newer fans": Gautam Thakar Read more

Leena Lele Dutta

Leena Lele Dutta

Business head, Sony Pictures Networks India, Kids Genre

"Kids remain an under-indexed genre on television": Leena Lele Dutta Read more

RS Sharma

RS Sharma

TRAI Chairman

"Market forces at play; benefits of new tariff order will be visible soon": TRAI Chairman RS Sharma Read more

Danish Khan

Danish Khan

Business head, Sony Entertainment Television

"Positioning is all about sacrifice; you can't offer everything to everybody" - Danish Khan, SET Read more

Archana Anand

Archana Anand

Head Digital, Zee5 India

"Our originals won't be free; I believe Indians will pay for quality content..." Read more

Karan Bajaj

Karan Bajaj

Senior vice president and general manager, Discovery Communications India

"Our purpose is in place; now we're working on achieving scale": Karan Bajaj, Discovery Read more