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Turkish TV series in India rise to 12, target $1 bn by '23

MUMBAI: Acclaimed Turkish TV series have begun telecast in the middle-east and south American countries as well as in India. Turkey consul-general to Mumbai Erdal Sabri Ergen told Anadolu Agency that, in October 2015, Turkish TV series entered India with "I Named Her Feriha". Turkey's total...

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J&K operators in a quandary, claim banned channels have GEC & all-religion content

MUMBAI: The Indian Government’s directive to the Jammu and Kashmir Government to stop the transmission of 34 television channels from Muslim countries including Iran, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia has put the cable operators in a quandary. Several foreign channels went off air in most parts of the...

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ARY News asked to pay INR 1.58 cr to Geo TV as compensation

MUMBAI: A legal rift raging between two big media groups in Pakistan -- ARY News and Geo TV -- settled recently in a British Court. ARY News lost the legal battle and will have to pay approximately INR 1.58 crore compensation to Geo.

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Netflix ties up with PTCL as Amazon woos India

As the world's leading video-streaming network Netflix and e-commerce giant Amazon take different routes to reach out to the Indian audience while they expand globally, the former is partnering with a top-ranking company in India's neighbourhood Pakistan, thus strengthening its hold in the sub-...

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Pakistan Broadcasters Association to oppose PEMRA Indian content ban

MUMBAI: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) shocked both Pakistan and Indian broadcasters when it issued an order blanking out  all Indian content from Pakistan’s television channels on 19 October.

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