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17 February2020 Volume 10 Issue No:06
  MAM | Media And Advertising  
  Star Sports campaign for ICC Women's T20 WC 2020 featuring Shafali Verma  
  Star Sports has launched a new campaign #TakeOnTheWorld featuring sixteen-year-old Shafali Verma, ahead of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup set to begin Friday on 21 February 2020.  
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  Television | TV Channels  
  Headspace to launch services for media & entertainment HR professionals  
  Media & entertainment human resources professionals please take note. Headpsace - a global leader in mindfulness and meditation - is all set to launch in India.  
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Press Releases
» Actus Digital to demonstrate all-in-one media platform at 2020 NAB Show
» MyTeam11 appoints Dentsu X as the Digital agency on record
» Helix celebrates self-love, life and friendship with the launch of their new collection
» Here's how Amazon Alexa is celebrating love this Valentine's Day
More News From Indian Television
BARC week 5: Regional space witnesses new entrant 'Adithya TV' in Tamil market
In regional space, Adithya TV entered the top five Tamil channels list in week 5 of BARC India ratings. The channel has replaced Star Vijay Super at fifth position. Zee Biskope continued to lead in Bhojpuri market for the third consecutive week in week 05 of BARC India ratings......... Read More...
Of gaming and opportunities, a look into the Indian esports ecosystem
Esports is a fairly new buzzword in the country. While esports tournaments have been a part of the country's gaming ecosystem for quite some time, in the past couple of years, the popularity has surged high enough to attract international attention and now many are scrambling to get a slice of it......... Read More...
Will make brands' IPL 2020 splurge into judicious investment: Velocity MR's Jasal Shah
Summer and IPL are now synonymous in India. Even after a decade since its launch, the mega sporting event continues to attract eyeballs as well as brands........ Read More...
More News From India
»   Five reasons why video content will dominate the advertising industry for the next decade
»   Govt mulling allowing people living nearby railway stations to use Wi-Fi hotspots
    Source: ET Brand Equity
»   Plea in Delhi HC against change of criteria for teachers posts by JNU after advertising them
    Source: Indian Express
»   India's 2020 ad growth rate estimated to touch 10.4%: Madison Media
    Source: BS
»   CBFC Wants 'Bangladesh' Dropped in Pro-CAA Ad Film, Director Objects
    Source: News18
»   Indian firms' Q3 net sales fall to over five-year low
    Source: Live Mint
»   SpiceJet ropes in Leo Burnett for integrated marketing
    Source: ET
»   The KamaSutra ad that changed the role of condoms in India from functional to pleasurable
    Source: The Print
»   Why traditional advertising still rules the roost in rural India
    Source: Financial Express
»   Italy's Mediaset says 2019 advertising sales down 3.6%, better than market
    Source: Reuters
»   Property developer booked for advertising, selling plots in illegal colony
    Source: Hindustan Times
More National News
»   AdQuick raises $6M to conquer an advertising market Google and Facebook won't
»   Contextual advertising company GumGum raises $22M
    Source: Tech Crunch
»   Klobuchar: Bloomberg shouldn't be able to 'hide behind airwaves and huge ad buys'
    Source: The Hil
»   Streamers Set To Party Like Cable In 1987 At 2020 Upfronts, Ad Execs Say
    Source: Deadline
»   'Sonic the Hedgehog' Tops Studios' TV Ad Spending
    Source: Variety
»   A Target Ad Celebrating Inclusion And Representation Hits The Bullseye
    Source: Forbes
»   'What is truly Scandinavian? Nothing' Airline clarifies ad after far-right criticism
    Source: The Guardian
»   Instagram Targets More Funding, Ad Revenue-Sharing, for Video Hub
    Source: WSJ
»   Bloomberg surpasses $400M in ad spending for 2020 race
    Source: Washington Examiner
»   Dailymotion begins selling connected TV ad inventory
    Source: Fierce Video
»   NBA All-Star Game Will Air Ad-Free in 4th Quarter
    Source: Broadcasting Cable
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