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Industry applauds Sam Balsara as he turns 67

MUMBAI: He is a man of small stature and has a voice that at times breaks into a squeak. But veteran ad man Sam Balsara–who is celebrating his sixty-seventh birthday today–is one of the giants of Indian advertising whose words have boomed across the industry and made even the most powerful sit up,...

MAM Media and Advertising People
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Sony nets 11 KBC sponsors, ad inventory almost sold out

MUMBAI: Five days from now, when Kaun Banegi Crorepati (KBC)  fans tune into the iconic Amitabh Bachchan-hosted long-running millionaire game show)  on Sony Entertainment Television (SET) from 9 pm to 10:30 pm, they will come across quite a few innovations. For one, they will notice that KBC in its...

Television TV Channels GECs
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Sony Max SD & HD’s Sultan premiere locks big ad revenues

MUMBAI: How much can a single telecast of a Hindi film on a channel earn in ad revenues? Well, if estimates are to be believed, it could be Rs 50 crore for the premiere of the Salman Khan starrer Sultan which aired on Sony Pictures Network India (SPN India) Hindi movie channel Sony Max on 15...

Television TV Channels Movie Channels
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Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) realigns key portfolios

Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) announced a re-alignment of key management portfolios. SPN’s International business gets consolidated within the networks’ sales and syndication business whereas SPN’s Sports business gets more closely aligned to the distribution business.

Television TV Channels People
The Trai ad cap fall out

MUMBAI: The Indian broadcasting industry is in a tizzy following the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai)?s binding decision to implement a 12 minute per hour ad cap effective from October 1.

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