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Doordarshan modifies Arunprabha packaging tenders date, episodic price up to Rs 1 m

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NEW DELHI: Pubcaster Doordarshan has modified the 21 June date for uploading the modified request for proposal for selection of agency for channel packaging work for its DD Arunprabha channel being launched for the north-eastern Indian states.

Technical bids will be opened the next day, but no date has been announced for opening of financial bids.

It said that submission and opening of bids will be through e-tendering and the technical and financial bids have to be submitted online and the document can be downloaded from the web sites.

Earlier in mid-January, it had extended to the end of that month the final date for receiving proposals for commissioned programmes in seven different categories for the new channel. DD had said that preference will be given to Programmes based on themes and subjects relevant to NER.

The proposals from reputed producers/production houses are under Fixed Budget Mode of Commissioned Programmes Category and the episodic price ranges between Rs 800,000 to Rs One Million.

DD Arunprabha will be a 24x7 satellite channel originating from DDK, Itanagar. Programmes on DD Arunprabha would show richness, variety and diversity of local culture. The channel would seamlessly integrate NER with the entire country. The channel’s USP will be to attract young people of NER with contemporary entertainment shows embedded with informative content.

The invitation is part of efforts of Prasar Bharati’s special efforts in North East Region (NER) to promote and nurture talent, provide a platform to deserving producers/artistes from NER as well as from outside to encourage production of better programmes for DD viewers.

Programme proposals for DD Arunprabha are Daily Soap/Serials; Thrillers, Mythological serials, telefilms, quiz shows/magazine formats with celebrity anchorperson, travelogue in documentary format or with celebrity, and reality shows.

In another modification, DD said: “The show reel of a programme should depict/showcase the work already done by the producer/production house. It should also depict the credentials of the producer/production house.”

All other terms and conditions of the RFP including details of payment remain unchanged and in full force and effect.

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