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Sahara India to start a Bengali channel; roll out IPTV services soon

KOLKATA: The Lucknow-headquartered Sahara India Pariwar that has been in the media and entertainment business since some time now, plans to start a Bengali infotainment channel very soon.

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Sahara Samay NCR rebrands to Samay Rajasthan

MUMBAI: Recently, quite a few television channels have been in the news for sending their employees packing home. However, Subrata Roy’s Sahara Network seems to be hitting the headlines for anything but.

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Zee Media drives into Rajasthan with Plus

MUMBAI: When Zee group chairman Subhash Chandra, launched India's first private Hindi general entertainment channel way back in the early nineties, he named it so because he wanted it to be the ultimate provider of entertainment to Indians the world over.

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Big magic reaches highest cumulative audiences at 1.14 cr in the heartland

Mumbai: BIG MAGIC, India?s first variety entertainment channel for the core Hindi heartland from the Reliance Broadcast Network stable, featuring locally relevant entertainment around Humor, Movies, Reality, Talent Hunts and Action Sports, is now the most

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CMS Media Lab Analysis China's Hu remains Who for Indian TV News Channels

Contrary to expectations, president Hu Jintao visit last fortnight to India, the first by a Chinese president in a decade, did not evoke much interest in Indian TV News bulletins. It was covered far less than President Bush's visit earlier this year but got more coverage than Japanese PM Koizumi's...

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