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Marketing of India to Trump

It’s not your normal day when the president of the United States of America pays a visit. India tried to sway his priorities and hosted the guest and his family as lavishly as possible.

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News channels unveil programming, content strategy for Trump's visit to India

When the US president comes visiting, news channels need to stay on their toes. Indian news channels are now gearing up for a special and round-the-clock coverage of the maiden visit of the United States of America’s president Donald Trump to India on 24-25 February.

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US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP WATCHES WION!

MUMBAI: While India is getting ready to say ‘Namaste Trump’ on the US president’s first state visit to the country, WION – India’s first International News channel is making news.  The detailed coverage by WION was even retweeted by President Donald Trump!

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CNN-News18 curates special programming for Donald Trump’s India visit

MUMBAI: CNN-News18 has lined-up an exclusive programming on the first official visit of the US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Programming Titled as ‘Namaste Trump’ will aim to cover every facet of their Indian tour.

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2019: The year industry got hit in the gut

The year of churn. Gut-wrenching churn like the industry has never experienced before. That’s how the media and entertainment history books will describe the year 2019. CEOs of media companies had to develop cast-iron stomachs to see it through.

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