Anuradha Prasad

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Stage set for News TV Summit and NT Awards on 25 March

MUMBAI: A large part of the Indian news television fraternity is expected to be huddled in New Delhi's Taj Palace Hotel come 25 March. The occasion: the sixth Indiantelevision.com News Television Summit which is expected to commence at 11 am and which will be followed by Indiantelevision.com's NT...

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That day mustn't come again

I flew back in Delhi after an exhausting day of work at the B.A.G’s Mumbai office. I sat to pursue my daily unwinding ritual of channel surfing. Least did I expect to see the dastardly act that was shaking the city and draining blood of the country.

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News Channels: Sensation-fatigue, government's attitude and regional channels will decide future content

For noted media columnist Shailja Bajpai, her wish-list for 2008 includes cleaning up the news channels and getting back to 'news as news should be. Or as it was in the olden days of print media and just Doordarshan'.

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Kolkata firm picks up 12.5% stake in BAG Films

MUMBAI: B.A.G Films is diluting 12.55 per cent on an expanded equity to Kolkata-based High Growth Distributors (P) Ltd. for Rs 261 million. The production house will be making a preferential allotment of 13.07 million shares at a price of Rs 20 per share. "We have expansion plans and the funds will...

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'Sansani' completes 100 episodes

MUMBAI: Sansani, the daily crime show on Star News has completed 100 episodes. The channel claims to have redefined primetime news on Indian television. The crime show was designed to address the safety and security of the public by and large.

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