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Powerpuff Girls will debut in China on CCTV

Cartoon Network's popular series The Powerpuff Girls, will soon be seen on terrestrial television in China through China Central Television Station (CCTV)

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Industry mostly feels hard done by, but budget not that bad

For the superstitious the portents were certainly not good. On a day when finance minister Jaswant Singh delivered the Union Budget 2003-2004, the capital woke up to rains and a chill in the air. Something unusual for this time of year. What was not so unexpected though, considering it is election...

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Media sector feels isolated by budget

NEW DELHI: The media and entertainment industry is feeling a bit left out from Jaswant Singh's first Budget. Though the finer print is yet to be read and interpreted, the industry, in general, is feeling `what a shame, we're not there'!

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Sweet sour news for ad industry - say ad men

MUMBAI: The advertising industry hasn't reacted well to the fact that the service tax has been increased from 5 per cent to 8 per cent. However, there is hope that the benefits given to consumers demand might prop up sales and in turn increase ad spends.

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Cartoon Network buys two series from Toonz Animation

With Fox Kids due to launch in the country soon Cartoon Network's gameplan is clear! Reaffirm commitment and maintain numero uno position among childrens channels by acquiring locally relevant content for India, Cartoon Network has announced the acquisition of the 13 half-hour episode series titled...

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"The mantra for 2003 is definitely the 'horror/ thriller' genre" : Gautam Adhikari SABe TV chairman

SABe TV, a channel which recently completed two years of telecast, has carved a niche for itself as a channel which banks on humour as its USP. Its list of sitcoms include Office Office , Public Hai Sab Janti Hai ,Sajan Tum Jhuth Mat Bolo, Shriman Shrimati, Yes Boss, SAB Chalta Hai and Akting...

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'Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat' back on air on SET, 21 March

With reference to the article headlined Sony readying five new shows for launch post-World Cup, indiantelevision.com is issuing the following clarification. In the report a reference has been made to the weekender series from the Balaji Telefilms stable Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat,. The report states...

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NDTV unveils new corporate logo

New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) promoted by Dr Prannoy Roy, has unveiled its new corporate logo. The logo will symbolise the new corporate identity for NDTVs new avatar as a premier broadcasting house.

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Pre-budget economic survey backs Kelkar plan; raises concern over Prasar Bharati revenues

Stung by the falling 4.4 per cent growth this fiscal, the pre-Budget Economic Survey on Thursday endorsed the Kelkar Panel recommendations on tax reforms, besides taking serious note of the falling total receipts of Prasar Bharati, a sluggish FDI inflow into the country and inadequate tele density...

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