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Discovery India appoints Black White Orange as L & M partner for Fukrey Boyzzz

Fukrey Boyzzz, a rib-tickling production from Discovery Kids, launched in association with Excel Entertainment, which helped the channel reach the top 3 position in the first week of launch itself, has attracted lots of queries in the Licensing & Merchandising space. Discovery India has...

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IAA India Chapter re-elects Punit Goenka as president

The India chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) has re-elected Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) MD and CEO Punit Goenka as its president. This will be Goenka’s second term in a row.

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Discovery Kids' eyes top 3, improved time spent with 'Fukrey Boyzzz'

Discovery Kids is all set to achieve its goal to be in the top three positions of the kids' genre and probably address the issue of time spent on the channel with the strategic launch of Fukrey Boyzzz. In an interaction with Indiantelevision.com.

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Discovery India and WWF India come together to build a sustainable future for Sundarbans

Mumbai: Discovery India and WWF India have come together to protect the world’s only mangrove tiger habitat, in partnership with the Forest Directorate, Govt. of West Bengal and local communities in the Sundarbans. The initiative builds on WWF India’s work in the region to promote sustainable...

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Discovery’s first of its kind show 'Capital Police - Beyond the Khaki' captures Delhi Police live in action

Mumbai - Delhi, the capital of India, the second most populous complex megacity in the world buzzing with over 18 million people, is managed by 81,000 personnel of Delhi Police. In a first of its kind television series, ‘Capital Police - Beyond the Khaki’, scheduled to premiere on 23rd July at 9 PM...

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