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Bloomberg TV hops on to HK's Now Broadband TV service

MUMBAI: Bloomberg Television, the 24-hour business and financial news network, has been added to Now Broadband TV, the pay-TV service from Hong Kong's PCCW. Bloomberg Television is accessible around the clock to now's rapidly expanding customer base on Channel 21 in Hong Kong.

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Media companies out of top 50 of Forbes' global 2000 list

MUMBAI: Forbes has released its Global 2000 annual ranking of the world's biggest companies. No media company has made it into the top 50. Time Warner ranks the highest in the media sector at 51, followed by Disney at 99.

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Geo TV to launch 10 channels, flagship will be entertainment

MUMBAI: The Dubai-headquartered Geo TV, flagship channel of the Pakistan-based Jang group of media companies, has decided to shift from a single channel entity to being a full fledged network. On the agenda, is the launch of ten channels dealing in all genres. The ten being general entertainment,...

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Mergers, acquisitions: Way forward for media companies

MUMBAI: Financing the growth in India's media and entertainment industry is one matter that concerns most media companies heads. While the information technology (IT) sector and the media industry are similar in nature given that both are IP driven as against asset driven and that both are human...

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FCC nod for News Corp, Direct TV deal

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has okayed News Corp's takeover of DirecTV and Hughes, but has imposed certain conditions on the $6.6 billion deal.

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