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Heavy demand for entries to Sony's Chappar Phaad Ke

Sony Entertainment Television's Jeeto Chappar Phaad Ke (JCPK), which is set for launch in January, is generating a tremendous response from the public with over 900,000 entries received in just 12 days.

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Kermit goes off the air; Hallmark, Modi Entertainment may launch family channel

Kermit Channel has ceased transmission in India, the only market where the children's channel was still distributed in Asia.

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Panel defers meet on Draft Convergence Bill.

Convergence is the new buzzword. But you wouldn't know it by the urgency shown by government ministers to thrash out issues related to the matter.

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Ad Club seminar on mktg and entertainment on 11 Jan

MUMBAI: The Advertising Club of Mumbai is organising a seminar on 11 January 2003 at The Oberoi Hotels. The theme is Value creation —Growing interdependence of marketing and entertainment.

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Industry's in trouble, but there's hope

MUMBAI: CNBC's "The Entertainment Industry: Taking The Big Leap" brainstorming session held on 19 December in Mumbai, resulted in a lot of soul-searching amongst industry experts and heated debates involving the reasons for 2002 being billed as the year of ‘no-show‘ business.

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"Zap on to Zee MGM anytime and you will have a good movie" : Ajay Trigunayat Zee English, Zee MGM vice president

It's a quiet revolution. After keeping a low profile for a while, Zee English and Zee MGM, the two niche channels from the Zee stable, are quietly turning over a new leaf.

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Swarajspeak on CAS, Star News, content regulation & FM Radio

India's information and broadcasting minister Sushma Swaraj does not foresee any "bottlenecks" in the implementation of conditional access systems (CAS) in the country and firmly believes that the present uplinking norms for the electronic medium for news content, needs to be reviewed. Especially...

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Making hay out of emerging opportunities

CNBC's "The Entertainment Industry: Taking The Big Leap" brainstorming session held on 19 December in Mumbai, offered some insights into the new emerging avenues in the entertainment sector. Here, we present some views of the participants.

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How the industry can take the leap forward

CNBC's "The Entertainment Industry: Taking The Big Leap" brainstorming session held on 19 December in Mumbai, offered several solutions to the woes of the constituents of the entertainment industry. Here, we present some views of the participants.

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