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Winners announced at Promax India Awards 2021

Mumbai: The Promax Awards are the world's premier celebration of outstanding achievement in entertainment marketing and design. Across eleven regional and global competitions, the Promax Awards honour the teams harnessing passionate fandom to drive audiences, create value, and build the biggest...

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Covid2109: Entertainment industry to lose $160 billion over five years

The global entertainment sector will lose $160 billion of growth due to the Covid2109 pandemic in the coming five years, according to research by Ampere Analysis. "While the biggest impact will be felt in 2020 and throughout 2021, growth will be reduced each year for the duration of the five-year...

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Maharashtra CM assures support to TV, film fraternity to resume shooting

Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday interacted with artistes and producers from the entertainment industry, especially Marathi film, theatre and television series, via video conferencing.

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Women who have shaped India’s TV landscape

MUMBAI: Diversity. That has been the buzz globally as the entertainment industry seeks to right the female-to-male ratio in the power structure of corporations that define it. In India’s large organised entertainment sector, most companies have had men in senior executive positions for  a while....

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DD reaches 92 per cent of India; FreeDish 30 million homes

NEW DELHI: Doordarshan in terrestrial mode is estimated to be available to about 92 per cent population spread over 81 per cent area of the country, the Parliament has been told.

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