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IPL global tender receives overwhelming response: Modi

MUMBAI: Broadcasters Sony Entertainment, Nimbus, ESPN Star Sports, Ten Sports, NDTV in partnership with US based media equity fund Providence and sports marketing agency World Sports Group are among those who have picked up tender documents for the Indian

Miditech returns to produce 3rd edition of Zee-K's Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa

BANGALORE: Miditech will be producing the third edition of Zee Kannada?s talent hunt Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa. This edition (season 3) is for children between 7 and 12 years and has been named Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Li?l Champs.

My FM ties up with CNBC Awaaz for 'Stock Talk Aapke Shahar Mein'

MUMBAI: My 94.3 FM has tied up with CNBC Awaaz for a show Stock Talk Aapke Shaher Mein.

DQ Entertainment eyes $95 million over 3 years

MUMBAI: Hyderabad-based DQ Entertainment expects to complete 40 projects worth approximately $94.6 million for various international production houses over the next three years.

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Shemaroo releases home videos of two Hollywood flicks

MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment releases two Hollywood films Crime & Punishment and The Effects of Magic in home video format.

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'Consumer annoyance with intrusion in their space will take a new turn'

If there's anything more challenging than predicting the media scene in India, it's reviewing them a year later. It does feel good though if you are more right than wrong on your own predictions. Here's how the reality played out in 2006 and some more predictions for 2007.

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'Burgeoning distribution costs eating into money that should have been spent on content'

For India TV it has been a good year. Two years ago we were number six or seven in the news channel category, with a 5 to 6 per cent share; today we are number three with a 17-18 per cent share.

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'Burgeoning distribution costs eating into money that should have been spent on content'

For India TV it has been a good year. Two years ago we were number six or seven in the news channel category, with a 5 to 6 per cent share; today we are number three with a 17-18 per cent share.

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Trauma, tantrum and the taming of the shrew

When you sign on Rakhi Sawant, you get some unpredictable behaviour as part of the package.

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