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Jain Television into exclusive content arrangement with 18 leading publications

Jain Television, set to become the first Business & News Channel in Hindi, has entered into an exclusive content sharing arrangement with 18 leading regional publications, across the country.

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Discovery to spend $65m. on series meant for HDTV

Looking ahead to the future, Discovery channel is all set to spend $65 million over the next five years on Atlas HD, an ambitious series of 30 two-hour, documentary specials on countries created specifically for high definition television. The first episode on India is scheduled to air on Discovery...

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ESPN STAR Sports Launches Asia's First Professional 9-Ball Tour for Men

ESPN STAR Sports (ESS) has announced the launch of the inaugural San Miguel Asian 9-Ball Tour 2003 beginning in Singapore on 15-16 March that will travel to Ho Chi Minh (12-13 April), Hong Kong (3-4 May), Taipei (24-25 May) and Manila (21-22 June) to determine who are Asia's best pool players.

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New Skies, Intelsat forge deal to expand services in Atlantic Ocean Region

New Skies Satellites N.V. (AEX, NYSE: NSK), and Intelsat Global Sales & Marketing, Ltd., two leading providers of global satellite communications services, today announced an arrangement to use their existing orbital and satellite resources at a single orbital location to expand their...

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Listed media stocks rise prior to budget

Media scrips rebounded today and beat the downturn which they have been witnessing recently. In Budget 2003-4, the positive impetus for the media sector is likely to come from the drop in the duties of set top boxes, say analysts. The marginal tax rate change will not impact the listed...

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Aaj Tak says it's at all-time high reach

It looks like Aaj Tak is quite serious about its catch line 'Sabse Tej'. The broadcasting arm of India Today group, quoting the latest TAM ratings, says it has reached an all time high of 23 million viewers.

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BQC moves to Kerala

The Cadbury Bournvita Quiz Contest team too has been bitten by the Kerala bug.

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New Zealand beckons indian television serials

MUMBAI:Shooting in foreign locales seems to be the latest trend in telly world. Following Kyunki Saas.. and Kasauti Zindagi Kay which went to Australia , the Karisma Kapoor starrer Karishma has left for New Zealand for a 10 days outdoor shoot. The Cinetek Telefilms' mega serial Karishma will be...

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Channel [V] jams with Jimmy Amarnath for World Cup song

Channel [V] had, thus far, distanced itself from the ongoing World Cup frenzy. But seems like the channel has finally decided to cash on the cricket fever.

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