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Prem Kamath resigns from Star India

He will continue to be with the channel until his notice period expires in a couple of months.

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Want to woo youngsters? Depend on youth channels

BJP and Congress, both, are advertising heavily on youth entertainment channels to attract first-time voters.

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Channel V gets bigger, better, post refresh

Channel V is now a good 40-50% bigger than its nearest competitor, courtesy breakout hits like Sadaa Haq and Paanch

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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TV turning bold?

While television is becoming more flexible in terms of broadcasting adult-based content, we attempt to find out if it’s more to do with the audience’ acceptance of such content

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Channel V celebrates the real Heroes

Come February 23rd and new heroes will be born. Channel V, the country's number one youth GEC, is coming up with a new show that shares stories of sexual assault and in the process instills fear in the accused and the feeling of strength in the victims. Simply called Heroes, the new show produced...

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