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Eight Indian broadcast journalists win Cardiff scholarship

With the impending explosion of news channels in the country from the likes of Sahara and NDTV there has been an understandable spurt of enthusiasm among youngsters in the field of broadcast journalism. Eight Indian journalists have received a kickstart to their careers courtesy a Chevening...

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Hinduja group cautiously optimistic

The Hinduja group core management team has reacted to Budget 2003-04 by stating that the media and entertainment sector could benefit indirectly from the measures announced for the IT sector. However, disappointment has been expressed at the increase in service tax and duties reductions for cable...

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CNBC's post budget show captures industry sentiments

CNBC, the business and financial channel has lined up a series of pre and post budget specials. CNBC also held a post budget round table in Mumbai where leaders and experts spoke on the budgets pros and cons.

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Prasad hails budget as growth oriented

The Minister of Information and Broadcasting Ravi Shankar Prasad has hailed the General Budget as a growth-oriented people's budget, but avoided any reference to the royal ignore that the media and entertainment industry has been handed out by the Finance Minister.

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Cable ops restrained from enforcing more blackouts

The war between cable operators and consumers has taken an interesting twist with the Consumer Action Network (CAN), a city based consumer group filing a public interest petition in the Mumbai High Court today.

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Service tax up from 5 to 8 per cent; no word on STB duties

Finance minister Jaswant Singh has ended his budget speech. Service tax has been increased from five per cent to eight per cent, even as 10 new items have been brought under the purview of the tax.

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Budget ignores broadcast sector: Anshuman Misra

Turner International's MD Anshuman Misra has expressed disappointment with the budget as reagrds the entertainment sector.

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Disappointing for broadcasters, cable ops: Radhakrishnan

The main worrisome aspect of this Budget is the service tax that has shot up, affecting both the broadcasters and the cable operator community, says ETC Networks promoter and Zee Cinema and Zee Music business head Yogesh Radhakrishnan.

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CETMA unhappy, but Chandra sees lots to cheer about

The issue of set top boxes (STBs), like Banquo's ghost, keeps surfacing at various fora, raking up more debating points. Today's Indian Budget is an example.

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