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BBC World News to air documentary on Malala Yousafzai

MUMBAI: BBC World News will be airing a documentary on 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai‘s life.

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Cableready completes 315 hours of pre-Mipcom sales

MUMBAI: Cableready, the international television programme distribution and development company, has closed a series of global sales and renewal agreements which collectively exceed 315 hours of programming.

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MTV Europe buries the hatchet with music labels

MUMBAI: The imbroglio over fee payment between MTV Europe and independent record labels has been settled. The two parties arrived at an agreement that allows bands like The Strokes and The White Stripes to remain on the air.

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Jay Leno to keep his chin up on NBC till 2009

MUMBAI: US broadcast network NBC has signed on talk show host Jay Leno for a further four years. Leno hosts The Tonight Show. The earlier contract signed in 2001 was set to expire in 2005. In India the show airs on the weekend on CNBC TV 18.

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Walters calls it a day on ABC's '20/20' after 25 years

This is a big moment in the annals of American television. Anchor Barbara Walters who has done memorable interviews on ABC's 20/20 with the likes of Monica Lewinsky, Cuban President Fidel Castro, actor Christopher Reeve after his riding accident is stepping down as the show's host after 25 years.

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