Non-metro markets to propel India’s recovery: EY

NEW DELHI: In the face of unprecedented economic disruption caused by the COVID2019 pandemic, non-metro markets are likely to recover faster than metro markets, an EY survey found. 

The EY report ‘Will non-metro markets propel India's recovery’, revealed a higher percentage of respondents from non-metro markets expect to spend more than before on several categories compared to metro markets indicating that when the lockdown ends, green shoots of recovery would probably sprout faster from the non-metro markets.

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Quash Maharashtra govt’s age limit on sets: IMPPA to Bombay high court

MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government allowed shootings to resume but barred people above the age of 65 from participating, deprived them of a livelihood and because of which they are facing starvation, said the Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA) in its petition, urging the Bombay high court to quash the state government's directive.

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Ad commercial shooting resumes after Covid2019 lull

NEW DELHI: With more relaxations in Unlock 2.0, productions houses are currently trying to adjust to the new style of doing business, with reduced crew members on the set and strict protocols. TV commercial shooting, too, has commenced in full swing and is strictly adhering to the safety measures given by the Association of Advertising Producers (ASAP).

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RB announces $25 million for Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute

NEW DELHI: RB today announced the launch of a global initiative to generate high-quality scientific research-based evidence to inform public health recommendations and promote behaviours that improve global hygiene. The Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute (RGHI) is a public health research and innovation hub that will bridge epidemiology, public health and behavioural insights to generate practical, high-quality scientific research that leads to enduring behaviour change. 

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Times Network releases ‘Conflict’, a special documentary on COVID -19

Times Network, India's premium broadcast network, releases ‘Conflict’, a special two-part documentary chronicling stories of the lives of frontline warriors who are balancing their commitment to their duty with the love for their families and professionals from the service sector, whose jobs have been impounded due to the enormous impact of COVID-19. Shot cautiously across 4 cities during the lockdown, both documentaries narrate the moving stories of hardships faced by various professionals for the first time ever on Indian Television. 

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Hindi GEC shows highlight Covid2019 precautionary measures

MUMBAI: Turn on your TV sets and you will see that most shows have resumed shooting. But what’s different now? Unlike before, leading characters in shows are seen wearing masks, face shields, gloves and using sanitisers. As a responsible community, GEC shows are also passing on information to viewers about Covid2019 precautions. 

While speaking to, TV producers shared because the shows are watched by millions of people, channels had requested them to include safety measures being promoted within shows.

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NDTV to end pay cuts for employees

KOLKATA: To fight the uncertainty caused by Covid2019 pandemic, many organisations resorted to pay cuts to take forward the business. While NDTV announced a salary cut in April, it will end pay cuts for all employees who took a 10-20 per cent cut, effective 1 August.

It announced the salary cut from 1 April for a period of three months, "subject to detailed review at the end of the period." It also mentioned that there would be no cuts for employees earning less than Rs 50,000 a month.

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Madison OOH launches OTS measurement updates for Covid2019 unlock periods

NEW DELHI: The Covid2019 lockdown has significantly changed the user mobility (traffic flow patterns). The current traffic movements are very different when compared to the pre-Covid2019 lockdown movements, and are quite unpredictable. Realising this unpredictable outdoor scenario, Madison decided to launch an extension to its Traffic Count Tool. This tool will provide clients with legitimate data to help them note the actual changes in OOH mobility in the post-Covid2019 lockdown era. 

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