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Discovery India boss Karan Bajaj brushes aside claims of challenges in the infotainment genre

Is there a leadership scuffle going on in the overcrowded Indian infotainment genre? If you were to look at the last four weeks’ numbers as provided by the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), it apparently looks like there may be the makings of one. Though it might be a minor one.

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TV18, Sony Pictures India announce new channel rates

Days after Zee announced its new tariff rates, TV18 Broadcast and Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) have also made public their own rates, in accordance with TRAI tariff rules.

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Sony Marathi to launch on 19 August

Sony Pictures Network India (SPNI) is going to threaten the dominion of rivals Zee and Star in the regional space now. The network is all set to roll out its Marathi GEC Sony Marathi on 19 August.

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How Sony is bringing the FIFA World Cup 2018

MUMBAI: Sports broadcasting is no ordinary business. Just ask Star India and Sony Network Pictures (SPN) India – who often slug it out against each other for the rights of premium sporting properties. The two high rollers of Indian sports broadcasting play by one simple rule: high risks, high...

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Sony partners with Markscan to tackle illegal streaming during FIFA World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off today with the host nation Russia taking on Saudi Arabia. While the world's top teams will battle it out on the pitch, Sony Pictures Network India (SPNI) is tackling a different set of opponents off it. Broadcasters have been dealing with the menace of illegal...

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