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ZEE5 partners with Eduauraa to provide world class online eduction at an affordable price

ZEE5, India's largest ConTech brand today, amidst the presence of Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', Hon'ble Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India announced an exclusive partnership with Eduauraa, a premier digital learning platform.

iWorld Over The Top Services
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ZEEL to fund 75% of entry cost incurred by creative agencies for Kyoorius Creative Awards

In an industry-first move, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) has expanded its support to the creative community in India. The media conglomerate will fund 75 per cent of entry cost incurred by creative agencies for Kyoorius Creative Awards.

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ZEE5 records peak DAU base of 11.4 mn in December 2019

MUMBAI: ZEEL's (Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd) digital venture ZEE5 has recorded a peak DAU (Daily Active Users) base of 11.4 million in December 2019. Along with more users flocking towards the platform, the engagement has also gone up to 140 mintues watch time every month during the third...

iWorld Over The Top Services
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IBF questions need for new tariff order revisions

The broadcasters of India came in support of each other under the shelter of Indian Broadcasting Federation (IBF) to voice their concerns against the new TRAI amendments of the new tariff order. All the top bosses of the major networks have agreed to the fact that this revision is going to leave...

Television TV Channels GECs
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2019: Media and entertainment deals that did not happen

MUMBAI: Can the mainstream media get it right? That’s a question we, at indiantelevision.com, asked through the year.  Canards, canards, canards, and more canards are what we read in the mainline dailies. Of course, it cut across politics, business, lifestyle, and what have you. But the business...

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