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Celebrate Bollywood's strengths: Mahesh Bhatt

Focus on the strengths of India's film industry rather than aping the west.  That was the main theme of the session - The New Aesthetics of Popular Cinema - on the second and final day of Frames 2002.  Mahesh Bhatt chaired the session devoted to film making that included big names from showbiz...

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Filmy Fundas from Bollywood's Big Daddies

The session on The New frontiers for Film chaired by Amit Khanna, had eminent film makers Subhash Ghai, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, G Venkatesharwan (GV Films), and Abhik Mitra (Saregama), Rajesh Bhatia (Ripples Entertainment) and Senthil Kumar (Real Image) .

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'Ratings data still best indicator of audience preferences'

Whatever may be their shortcomings perceived or otherwise, data that ratings agencies provide still give the best possible understanding of the viewing profile was a point that was forcefully stressed at the session - Research and Consumer Behaviour, on the concluding day of Ficci Frames 2002 in...

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Radio - A Creative Round Table

One could bring the Horse to the water but no one could not force the Horse to drink it'. Thus began the session on the medium of radio. Veteran Radio Jockey Ameen Sayani, pointed out that radio still felt neglected when it came to audiences through the simile. He elicited the probable reasons for...

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The Niche Channel Option: Miles to go in India

Developed television markets like the US have a bouquet of channels, with some mainstream entertainment channels and other niche channels. But that kind of scenario is some time away for the Indian market. Reason: the absence of conditional access, which can work as a tap for consistent...

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