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Sony Pictures Networks India extents broadcast partnership with WWE by 5 yrs

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) have announced a five-year extension agreement to broadcast weekly wrestling matches, buttressing the fact that wrestling is one of the most-watched non-cricket sports in India. An official press release said: “With...

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Shooting of TV shows, digital originals & films halted from 19 March to 31 March 2020

Various stakeholders of the Indian entertainment industry have taken measures to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Different bodies of television, directors and producers have decided to stop shooting of films, TV serials and web series from 19 March 2020 till 31 March 2020.

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Sony Pictures Networks India partners with The Indian Performing Right Society

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), has entered into a licensing agreement with The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS), thereby being able to mine the IPRS music bank for its broadcast and digital business verticals in India. With access to music comprising millions of works from...

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SPN Vision Run 2020: Sony Pictures initiative to bridge gap for blind athletes

MUMBAI: With an aim to bridge the gap and create equal opportunities, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) hosted the first edition of the ‘SPN Vision Run 2020’ on Sunday for visually challenged athletes. According to a press statement, this initiative was undertaken in association with CSR partner,...

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Sony YAY! to host ‘The Giant Wheel Festival’ in Kolkata

MUMBAI: Sony Yay! – The kid’s entertainment channel is all set to host its first ever funday for the entire family called ‘The Giant Wheel Festival’ (TGWF), which will be held in Kolkata at Nicco Park, Plaza III from 04 January to 05 January 2020. The initiative has been proposed for people to...

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