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Murdoch promotes 5 top execs to Fox ahead of Disney deal

After Disney won the bid to acquire 21st Century Fox (21CF) assets against Comcast earlier this year, future CEO and chairman Lachlan Murdoch has set key leadership positions for the properties left behind in the merger that will now be called new Fox.

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Disney's Stay Fit Initiative makes a splash across Schools' in India

The Walt Disney Company believes in filling kids’ lives with hope and imagination through the magic of storytelling.

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Ex MullenLowe Lintas' Joseph George ‘Tilt-ing’ the creative agency model

A 150-year experienced team from across advertising, marketing, content, consumer advocacy, data analytics, storytelling, studio production, digital, media, qualitative research, behavioural science and video analytics have come together to offer consulting, communication, content and video...

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Cosmos-Maya’s strategy for global animation

Producing animation series isn’t a low-hanging fruit. Considering that a huge amount of money is spent on the production of animated shows than general entertainment channels (GECs) in the Indian television segment, it takes a big heart to risk Rs 20-60 lakh for an animated show’s 11-22 minute...

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BARC data shows upward trend for kids' viewership

Once upon a time, the kids’ genre was the most sidelined of them all but now broadcasters have figured out how to make magic work – localised content. At the ATF Kids Summit 2018, Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) COO Romil Ramgarhia threw light on Indian kids and their viewing habits.

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