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BBC Hindi stems declining audience flow in India

MUMBAI: BBC World Service has stemmed its declining radio audience in India, according to an independent audience survey. The survey was commissioned by BBC World Service and was conducted by AC Nielsen between December 2004 and January 2005.      BBC Hindi has grown by 4.3 million, taking the BBC'...

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TAM India to present 3 papers at WAM meet

MUMBAI: TAM India will be presenting three papers at the WAM conference in Canada this June. This comes close on the heels of TAM's success at the ESOMAR conference in Tokyo. WAM (World Audience Measurement Conference), organised jointly by ESOMAR and ARF, is the world's largest and only platform...

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New 'revelation' on multiplex role

MUMBAI: It's a new 'revelation'. Multiplexes, digital cinema and electronic cinema are going to play a crucial role in the future of film entertainment business in India. And with the multiplex already proving its worth, digital and electronic cinema is just a tad behind in reaching that '...

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NRSC forms new technical body; schemes NRS 2004

MUMBAI: A meeting of the National Readership Studies Council (NRSC) held on 24 September in Mumbai has elected The Times of India Group president Pradeep Guha as the chairman. Guha succeeds Krishan Premnarayen of the Mumbai-based Prem Associates Advertising and Marketing.

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Aaj Tak claims reaffirms it is 'saabse aage', the numero uno

MUMBAI: The number game is on. Quoting the latest Tam rating Aaj Tak has now made a fresh claim to the number one slot. Referring to the ratings for the week ending 2 October 2004, Aaj Tak claims that it still is the no. 1 channel in the country. According to the ratings, the channels commands all-...

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