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VOICES TV TO SIMULTANEOUSLY BROADCAST MULTICULTURAL PROGRAMMING IN MULTIPLE LANGUAGES

Canada’s largest ethnic television broadcasting company is all set to unveil their newest venture - a uniquely innovative multicultural television channel that will allow Canadians of all communities and backgrounds to access programming content, be it news, information or entertainment, in the...

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Zee Studios to produce Indian shows' adaptation in Canada

Entertaining the world for over two decades, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) has achieved another milestone by becoming the first Indian broadcaster to set up a production company in Canada.

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Globo's 'Under Pressure’ to air at Toronto Festival

MUMBAI: The Globo series ‘Under Pressure’ will make its international debut during the 42nd edition of the Toronto International Film Festival – a renowned film festival held between September 7 and 17 in Toronto, Canada. The first two episodes will be aired at the third edition of Primetime – part...

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Kerala becomes first Indian state to declare access to Internet a human right

With internet access being declared as a human right, the Kerala government feels nobody in a country rapidly heading towards hassle-free governance and a cashless economy should be at pains to acquire internet connectivity.

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Netflix originals may get mobile-specific cuts

Video streaming service Netflix plans to explore streaming mobile-specific cuts of its original movies and TV shows. With this plan, the platform’s chief product officer Neil Hunt wants to satisfy the growing audience of mobile Netflix watchers.

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