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HBO & HBO HD makes March action-packed with spy thriller ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’

Flirt with danger, as Ethan Hunt swivels through Parisian streets and precariously leaps off rooftops in London, with the momentous mission of saving the world. HBO and HBO HD bring to you the ultimate action blockbuster ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’, this Sunday, 17th March, at 1pm and 9pm.

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Amazon Prime Video to add TV channels in India

Taking an edge over its rival Netflix, Amazon Prime Video is looking at making a bold move. The OTT player wants to be a content housing platform that is soon likely to include even TV channels of India.

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Hasbro, HBO join forces to introduce Monopoly: Game of Thrones

Hasbro and HBO have joined forces for the launch of an all new edition of MONOPOLY: GAME OF THRONES. Inspired by the network’s popular series GAME OF THRONES, MONOPOLY: GAME OF THRONES has been launched which incorporates features from the show such as customized tokens, iconic properties and...

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HBO to premiere 'Band Of Brothers' by year-end in Asia

HBO, Asia's leading entertainment provider, has announced plans to premiere the new epic ten-part miniseries Band of Brothers in late 2001. This new $120 million miniseries is the most expensive original production by HBO to-date. Based on Stephen Ambrose's nonfiction bestseller about a World War...

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BTVI's Megha Tata steps down as chief operating officer

Megha Tata, chief operating officer of business news channel BTVI , has stepped down from her role, Indiantelevision.com has learnt. 15 March 2019 will be her last day at the organisation, Tata informed colleagues via an email last week.

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