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WorldSpace teams with global content leaders to deliver sports channel 'Play'

WorldSpace, Inc., the satellite-based digital radio services has designs on all-sports satellite radio channel, Play.

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WSG-Nimbus pockets Sri Lanks cricket rights

The Emerald island is going to see a lot of Harish Thawani, the promoter of media firm Nimbus Communications. The reason: Thawani has in partnership with the World Sports Group bagged the rights for Sri Lankan cricket for the next three years. The deal covers 14 tours and would involve 180 days of...

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TWI secures deals for John Lennon doc ahead of Mipcom

Television production and distribution firm TWI has secured a raft of deals in advance of the television event Mipcom 2005 for Double Jab’s documentary John Lennon: Working Class Hero.

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Wimbledon goes online in India through SifyMax

MUMBAI: This is an important step in the goal towards leveraging the online medium as a means of showcasing sporting events. Today 21 June arguably the most prestigious of the Grand Slam tennis tournaments Wimbledon kicks off. SifyMax which is positioning itself as Indias first broadband portal has...

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British TV content exports touch $974 million in 2004

MUMBAI: Britain's export earnings from exploitation of television programmes has touched $974 million in 2004, up from $921 million a year ago. The figures were released by Pact, the British trade body for independent TV, feature film, animation and interactive media companies.

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