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Zee Lamhe launches on Freeview in UK

MUMBAI: Zee’s entertainment channel, Lamhe, has found a place on Freeview in the Greater Manchester area as a part of the basic digital terrestrial service.

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Thinkbox: Portable devices account for 1.5% of TV viewing

New TV viewing figures from Thinkbox reveal that 98.5 per cent of television viewing is still done on the traditional TV set in the UK, while 1.5 per cent is on other screens such as tablets and mobile devices.

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Thinkbox: Portable devices account for 1.5% of TV viewing

MUMBAI: New TV viewing figures from Thinkbox reveal that 98.5 per cent of television viewing is still done on the traditional TV set in the UK, while 1.5 per cent is on other screens such as tablets and mobile devices.

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PVRs offer huge opportunities, say advertisers

CANNES: The present and the future, it is difficult to figure out which is which, at MIPTV 2005. And that's because technologies are driving change in the business at such a fast clip that whether discussions are forward looking or placed in the current context, they sound similar to a great extent...

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BBC One maintains position as most watched channel in the UK

The beeb is going from strength to strength in the UK. Viewing figures for the end of the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (Barb) year reveal that BBC One has maintained its position as the most watched television channel while increasing its reach amongst the UK viewing population.

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