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Zee, Cinevistaas share prices rise, others fall

Media scrips dipped today as the finance minister appeared to have ignored the media and entertainment sector. Apart from Zee Telefilms and Cinevistaas, several other listed stocks such as Balaji Telefilms, Mukta Arts, Creative Eye and Television Eighteen stocks fell.

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Nielsen peoplemeters to serve top 10 US TV markets

With strong backing from key broadcasting and cable clients, Nielsen Media Research has announced a rollout schedule for bringing continuous, overnight demographic ratings into the top 10 television markets in the US.

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Media, entertainment sectors ignored - Star CFO Shankar Narayan

Star India's chief finance officer (CFO) Shankar Narayan isn't too happy with the budget. According to him even thought there is a clamour for the industry to be treated at par with IT, the media and entertainment industry has been ignored.

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Union Budget 2003-04 gets a thumbs up from industry

The maiden Union Budget 2003-2004 by Finance Minister Jaswant Singh has received an overwhelming response from apex industry associations. Surprisingly, both FICCI and CII have avoided any reference to media and entertainment industry in their post budget reactions. FICCI had propogated the cause...

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Al Jazeera takes 1000 hours of BBC programmes

BBC Worldwide and Arabic news and documentary channel, Al Jazeera, signed an agreement at BBC Showcase 2003 in Brighton for a package of 1000 hours of factual programming. The deal includes Wildlife, History and Science titles, as well as current affairs documentaries.

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