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Hindi news channels see tough Muqabala

Lights flashed, cameras rolled, news was created and records made. With no sure route to success, the tussle for bragging rights in the Hindi news space aggravated, with ever more bizarre stories being thrown up.

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Time spent on English movie channels down in 2005

With new channels and genres like infotainment and news growing, the challenge for existing players is to hold on to their audience share.

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Star Gold rides high on 'Viruddh' triple premiere

MUMBAI: The triple premiere strategy has worked for Star. Quoting Tam data, Star Gold has claimed that, the Viruddh premiere on 4 December helped it to achieve a channel share of 25.41 per cent against Zee Cinema's 11.38 per cent and Set Max's 3.8 per cent (SEC ABC CS4+)

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Zee Telugu identifies key properties; to launch telefilm band in January

MUMBAI: Zee Telefilms' lone southern player Zee Telugu has completed six months. The channel, originally soft launched in September 2004, was re-launched in May 2005 with a new game plan. The re-launch had initiated a shift in positioning, from the mass based general entertainment mode to an...

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'Idol' opens to 5.4 TVR; 'Deal...', 'Ek Ladki...' show promise

MUMBAI: The week beginning 21 November was crucial for Sony Entertainment Television as it saw the launch of four new shows - Indian Idol (second season), Ek Ladki Anjaani Si, Deal Ya No Deal and Kudkudia House No 43. Not surprisingly, Indian Idol was the channel driver, with the opening episode...

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