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Epic TV launches OTT, sets million subs target

MUMBAI: Aditya Pitte modestly says he does not have much experience in mainstream television. But, the lead distributor of Patanjali’s products loves to listen and learn, and play catch-up quickly. Over the years, he has been doing a lot of listening. And, learning and doing well at the TV business.

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Epic to reposition as an infotainment channel; Sehwag show announced

It’s making an epic shift. Epic TV which saw the departure of its CEO Mahesh Samat for Disney last year, is now positioning itself as an infotainment channel, broadening its programming from just mythology and history and adding a wide array of original content across various genres.

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Droom to sponsor MTV Dropout reality show, founder to mentor entrepreneurs

MUMBAI: From Bill Gates to Sachin Tendulkar, people who have become some of the most iconic figures in our country have achieved what they have only because they had strong vision, resilience and courage to back their passion in achieving that vision. In keeping with the same spirit, Droom, India’s...

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India suitably poised for data, analytics interplay, says GE chairman

MUMBAI: ET NOW, a leading business news channel, organised the 3rd India Economic Conclave themed, ‘The Big Leap’ in partnership with Bennett University and Boehringer Ingelheim, in New Delhi on Friday. The event will be made into a series of episodes that will air on ET NOW.

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Nestlé supports 'Nanhi Kali'; changes packaging

Nestlé India has changed the packaging of its iconic brands, Maggi, Nescafe and Kitkat to support girl child education in association with Nanhi Kali, an NGOs imparting education to underprivileged girl children across India.

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