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Zee's Indian Pro Music League ropes in eight sponsors

MUMBAI: India’s first-ever music league, the Indian Pro Music League (IPML), recently aired on Zee TV and streamed on Zee5, to much fanfare. A clutter-breaking reality format innovation, IPML has received an overwhelming response from leading brands across categories who have come onboard as...

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What will James Murdoch and Uday Shankar invest in?

James Murdoch and Uday Shankar have announced a new joint initiative to invest in health care, online education and digital media initiatives in India. We all know that. For James, the partnership is expected to be a major priority and the centre of gravity for his $2 billion Lupa Systems,...

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The subtle changes at Zee Entertainment.

Almost slowly and steadily Punit Goenka’s Zee 4.0 vision is being executed in India’s leading media and entertainment enterprise. Ofcourse the organisation has been restructured, new lines of reporting come in and new hires have been brought in.

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Zeel brings in two solid independent directors

As part of his Zee 4.0 vision commitment, CEO Punit Goenka had vouched to strengthen the company’s board by inducting very well-qualified independent directors.

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Fresh content, new subscribers vital for long-term growth: Zeel

An unstable regulatory environment compounded by an unprecedented global pandemic has stymied growth in FY21 for the already-ailing broadcasting sector. In some ways, the second half of the year could be better for the industry, with advertising coming back.

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