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Zenith, Neptuno extend co-production deal on 'King Arthur's Disasters'

MUMBAI: Zenith Entertainment, London and Neptuno Films, Barcelona have renewed the animation co-production agreement to co-finance a second season of 13 half hours of King Arthur's Disasters for transmission on CiTV in September 2006.

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FIPB clears Sun TV's preferential allotment proposal

MUMBAI: The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has formally cleared the application filed by Sun TV Ltd, which envisages plans to issue preferential allotment of shares to foreign investors.

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Moving Picture renews contract for Zoom's 'Popkorn'

MUMBAI: Moving Picture Company has renewed its contract with Bennett Coleman group for one more year for the production of the entertainment news show Popkorn.

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Nick US explores American kids living in Japan

MUMBAI: Currently millions of Americans call a foreign country 'home' and many of these Americans are kids. On 19 March, Nickeloden US has announced that it explores the challenges and rewards of being an American kid living abroad in the latest installment of Nick News with Linda Ellerbee:...

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BBC Governors outline proposed changes to complaints process

MUMBAI: UK pubcaster the BBC's Governors have outlined proposed changes to their complaints appeals process and are inviting licence fee payers to comment on them during a four week consultation. This is the first time the procedures for handling appeals have been clearly set out and published for...

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