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"Esports content consumption will grow 3x by 2021": Nodwin Gaming's Lalita Nayak

After her degree in English Literature from Ramnarain Ruia College, Lalita Nayak went on to work with some of the biggest brands including Times Group and JP Morgan for brand strategies and advertising, sponsorship and more.

iWorld Gaming
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"We see TV channels as partners rather than vendors": Havas Media Group’s Mohit Joshi

A seasoned professional, Havas Media Group MD India, Mohit Joshi, is known within the industry for his sharp acumen and quick knack to adapt to changing trends. With his role expanding in the agency as Anita Nayyar moved on in May.

MAM Media and Advertising People
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Wanted to create prototype for digital media with 'Bandish Bandits': Anand Tiwari

Anand Tiwari, the man behind Love Per Square Foot is back with yet another directorial venture Bandish Bandits. Tiwari is a stage actor and director known for his roles in films like Kites, Udaan, Aisha, and Go Goa Gone.

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"There’s nothing called unbiased news, only the degree of bias changes": ABP Network's Avinash Pandey

The television news ecosphere is battling great image issues in India. Their over-the-top, arguably, frivolous, coverage of sensitive matters and in certain cases, their eyes turning blind to many important issues are attracting a lot of flak from viewers and in a few cases from advertisers alike.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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"India is not yet developed to venture into TV pay model": Sri Adhikari Brothers' Markand Adhikari

15 September 1959 saw a small transmitter and a makeshift studio in a corner of Delhi give birth to terrestrial television. Decades later in 1990, India saw the arrival of private television channels. When saas-bahu dramas ruled, SAB TV is credited for putting a smile on the face of the Indian...

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