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DNS Overseas partners ‪Indiantelevision.com‬ for the 15th Indian Telly, Technical, Trade and Programming Awards

DNS Overseas partners ‪Indiantelevision.com‬ for the 15th Indian Telly Technical Awards.

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MUMBAI: ‪Indiantelevision.com has announced a partnership with multinational company DNS Overseas (first ones to launch XP-Pen in India) for the 15th edition of its Indian‬ Telly, Technical, Trade and Programming (TT&P) Awards. Under this, the company has come on board as Support Partner for The Indian Telly TT&P Awards. The awards ceremony is to be held ‪on 28 October‬ at Mumbai’s Sahara Star hotel.

The announcement of the tie-up between the two brands is significant on three counts. First, the hugely successful Indian Telly Awards are back after a two-year period. Second, in its new avatar, the Indian Telly Awards will be conducted in two legs – technical and popular. Third, this is the first collaboration of XP-Pen with ‪Indiantelevision.com‬'s The Indian Telly TT&P Awards.

XP-Pen started its journey in 2005 in Japan and since then has been deeply involved in the research, design and development of graphic tablets. Today, XP-Pen graphic tablets and tools are used by over a million students, professionals and artists in 46+ countries across the world every year. It was launched in India among much fanfare last year, and in a relatively short span has become a preferred tool in the creative arts industry.

Given the scope and scale of the work XP-Pen has accomplished over the years, it becomes not just a natural but also a perfect fit as a partner for the Indian Telly, TT&P Awards which are supported by the entire television fraternity in India.

The awards show is expected to attract an audience of over 1000+ video editors, producers, post-production specialists and TV directors this year.

Over 100 production houses have sent their entries, covering screenwriters, editors, TV directors, post-production supervisors and creative directors.

Over the years more than 1,500 statuettes have been given away, with close to 40 awards up for grabs at the 15th edition.

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