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'Baalveer Returns' to bridge quality gap between TV and OTT: Sony Sab's Neeraj Vyas

Sony Sab is aiming to reduce the quality gap between channels and OTT platform with the launch of its new show Baalveer Returns. Baalveer Returns is the first show from Sony Pictures Network India which is digital-first. The show will be streamed on Sony LIV at 9 am for paid subscribers and it will...

Television TV Channels GECs
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Sony MAX kicks off celebrations for landmark 20 years of entertaining movie lovers

Sony MAX, India’s leading premiere Hindi movie channel from Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), has created a benchmark by becoming the only channel across genres, to sustain a long-standing leadership stint for 148 weeks in a row.

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Sony Sab’s Neeraj Vyas on brand repositioning, TRAI tariff order effect and content pull from consumers

Amid the ongoing flux in the broadcasting industry post the implementation of the new tariff order (NTO), Sony Sab which is perceived as a “living room channel” aims to strengthen its position as a brand which has content to offer everyone in the family.

Television TV Channels GECs
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Sony Sab strengthens primetime slot with 'Baavle Utaavle'

Sony Sab is all set to launch its new show, Baavle Utaavle, #Gufu Ki Visfotak Love Isstory, produced by Director’s Kut production house Rajan Shahi. The show will go on air on 18 February, every Monday to Friday at 10 pm.

Television TV Channels GECs
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Niche channels bank on differentiated content in new TRAI tariff regime

One worry that broadcasters seem to have from the impending TRAI tariff scheme that will commence from 1 February 2019 is the reception of their niche and differentiated channels. While GECs, sports and news channels don’t have much to worry, the others will have to fight for TV space.

Television TV Channels Specialised and Niche

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