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ZenithOptimedia predicts global ad spend to grow by 5.3 per cent in 2014

MUMBAI: Global advertising expenditure is expected to grow by 5.3 per cent to $ 532bn, according to a report from media agency ZenithOptimedia. The agency has increased its forecast for 2014 by 0.2 percentage points since September, after recent signs of stronger growth from markets like the US,...

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Tips film segment reports loss of Rs 19.6 crore for Q2-2014; audio products PAT lower

BENGALURU: Note (1) Considering the nature of business carried on by the company whereby revenues do not necessarily accrue evenly over the year, the results of the quarter may not be representative of the result for the year.

Television TV Channels GECs
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Campaigning on the web? Get a certification, says EC

NEW DELHI: The world has gone digital and so has the Indian political system. With more and more political parties using social media for election campaigns, the election commission (EC) has now directed the chief electoral officers of all states and union territories that details of the social...

Television TV Channels GECs
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Mukta Arts PAT at 1.04 per cent of income from ops for Q1-2014

BENGALURU: Mukta Arts Limited (MAL) announced a PAT of Rs 0.74 crore and total income from operations of Rs 71.45 crore for Q1-2014, which translates roughly to 1.04 per cent for Q1-2014. A major chunk (63.1 per cent) of this PAT - Rs 0.47 crore for Q1-2014, came from discontinuing operations (see...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Prasar Bharati to get budgetary support of over 10 billion

NEW DELHI: Contrary to expectations, the government has marginally increased its financial support to Prasar Bharati (translated in English as the Broadcasting Corporation of India), which is an indication that such support would continue for some time to come. In the budgetary proposal for...

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