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MTV announces exciting content line-up for the quarter

MUMBAI: In a country with diverse audience preferences, MTV has stood the test of time and withheld its position as India’s no.1 youth entertainment brand. Creating platform agnostic youth content, the first half of calendar year 2019 has been rewarding for MTV. Be it with content that struck a...

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News18.com launches first-ever brand campaign to promote its multilingual sites

News18.com, India’s pre-eminent news portal, has launched their first-ever brand campaign, that highlights their motto of offering a comprehensive perspective, that goes beyond the mainstream coverage prevalent in the current media landscape.

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Airtel Thanks its Customers with a Refreshing and Bubbly new Campaign

To showcase the wide range of exclusive benefits of its recently re-launched customer program #AirtelThanks, one of the world’s leading integrated providers of telecommunication services – Airtel has rolled out a new brand campaign.

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BBC Good Food India ropes in Sabeer Ahluwalia as COO

BBC GoodFood India has strengthened its top-level management by appointing Sabeer Ahluwalia to spice up the luxury quotient and consolidate their presence in Print, Digital, TV, Social Media and Events....

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TRAI's new tariff order causes sharp decline in TV viewership

After the new tariff order implementation, television viewership in India has dipped due to ongoing disruption in the cable and broadcasting ecosystem. Zee News reported that as per CSLA the viewership of the top five broadcasters reduced to 78 per cent from almost 90 per cent earlier.

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