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TAM Media Research launches Crisp

NEW DELHI: TAM Media Research has launched CRISP (Consumer Reviews & Influencer Sentiments for Brand Performance) -a robust, intelligence analytics tool to help decode consumer sentiments in the Indian marketplace. The product is specially crafted for marketers to gauge and understand the...

MAM Marketing Brands
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Republic TV set to sue Mumbai police commissioner for defamation

NEW DELHI: Accusations have flown thick and fast between the Mumbai police and its commissioner Param Bir Singh and the Republic Media Network over the past few months. The rancour between the two parties only intensified after the former accused the latter of rigging its viewership ratings by...

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Republic Media provides proof of its innocence in TRP rigging charges

Republic Media Network has come out with a statement in which it is claiming a thumping victory against the “fake news propaganda being spread by the Mumbai police about it being found guilty of rigging viewership ratings.”

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Havas Group India bags the creative and media mandate for JBL & Harman Kardon

NEW DELHI: Harman, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer, and enterprise markets, has awarded it's integrated creative, and media communication mandate to Havas Creative India for its iconic consumer brands - JBL and...

MAM Media and Advertising Account
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MIB advises private TV channels to abide by programme code

KOLKATA: A new trend in reportage of recent incidents has put media into the spotlight for violating basic ethics. Amid the strong criticism that the industry is facing, the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has issued an advisory asking all the channels to abide by the programme and...

Regulators I&B Ministry

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