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First stage of judging for Indian Telly Awards over

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MUMBAI: The first stage of the judging process for The Indian Telly Awards 2002 was completed yesterday at Mumbai's Holiday Inn Hotel.

The jury, which was in deliberations for three days, included noted film maker Ashutosh Gowariker, writer, producer and director Lekh Tandon, former Sony programming head and writer Rekha Nigam, columnist Anil Dharker, media personality Dolly Thakore, documentary filmmaker and former Star Plus programming head Rakesh Sharma, scriptwriter Vinod Ranganathan, cinematographer Kiran Deohans, Rajtaru Videosonic CMD Ramesh Aggarwal, Crest Communications production head Charles Jacob and BusinessWorld media editor Vanita Kohli.

ALL THOSE IN FAVOUR SAY AYE: The jury in lively debate during the course of vetting nominations for the Indian Telly Awards 2002 at Mumbai's Holiday Inn Hotel.

Depending on the category, the jury has shortlisted between three and seven nominations in the programming, technical and personality categories:-
1)PR-2 Best Continuing TV Show
2)PR-3 Best Current Affairs Programme
3)PR-11 Best Non-Fiction show of the year
4)PR-4 Business Show Of The Year
5)PR-6 Best Sports Programme
6)PR-13 Best Game show of the year
7)PR-1 TV Sitcom/Comedy show of the year
8)PR-14 Comedy Shorts of the year
9)PR-12 Best Kids show of the year
10)PR-10 Best Thriller/Horror Show of the year
11)PR-9 Best Background music of the year
12)PR-8 Best Promo for a TV show

PHOTO-CALL: The jury together at the end of a hectic judging session

Technical:
13)TC-1 Best Special/Visual Effects for the television
14)TC-2 Best Art Direction (Set designing)
15)TC-3 Best Videography (YV cameraman of the year)
16)TC-4 Best Costumes for a TV Show
17)TC-7 Best TV Picture Editor of the year

The Jury also shorlisted three personality based nominations:
18) PE-8 TV Personality of the year
19)PE-9 Best TV Anchor of the year
20)PE-14 TV News Anchor of the year
21)PE-4 TV Director of the year
22)PE-2 TV Music Director of the year
23)PE-1 TV Lyricist of the year
24)PE-3 Best Title singer for a TV show

The jury vetted entries sent in by more than 70 production houses and television channels which were screened for them. A large part of the award categories are to be decided by the jury while some of them will be put up for public polling in the coming weeks.

SERIOUS BUSINESS: Acclaimed director Ashutosh Gowariker makes his point.

The Indian Telly Awards were instituted by television services company Indian Television Dot Com (which runs this portal). The Indian Telly Awards are into their second edition and cover more than 50 television categories classified under the Trade, Technical and Popular heads.

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