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Legal issues, copyright & intellectual property rights in the entertainment industry

The session was inaugurated by Jorgen Blomqvist, director of Copyright Law Division of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). While putting forth the need for India to follow WIPO regulations, he came out with the salient features of the organisation. Government support, inexpensive...

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Indian companies yet to tap the scope of animation on the world scene

Speaking on "Marketing Indian Animation Abroad", Firdaus Kharas, co-founder, UTV International, delved into what India needs to look at to forge ahead in animation on the international arena. The Indian presence at international trade fairs where there is a potential for many business deals should...

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Satellite TV: Future Trends

The session on Satellite TV: The Future Trend towards the end of the convention came out with a very positive picture about the television industry in India. The first speaker was Zarina Mehta, co-promoter and Director UTV, who gave her take on what programming will be like in future on Indian...

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Entertainment and Media research: Viewing the viewer as a consumer

Lakshmi Seth, vice-president of Quantum Research, tried to explain the need to understand the need of the consumer and more specifically the movie consumer.

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Key issues covered as Ficci Frames 2001

The two-day global convention on the business of entertainment organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) concluded Saturday with a number of key issues being discussed.

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