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There is only good TRP and bad TRP show on TV: Sandiip Sikcand

MUMBAI: In one of the sessions of day 2 of The Content Hub 2020 organised by Indian Television.com, Sandiip Sikcand shared his thoughts on the challenge television is facing today in a conversation with Indiantelevision.com editor-in-chief, CEO and founder Anil Wanvari. He also briefed the audience on his journey from being a garment exporter to creative director to creative head to producer.

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Jyoti Kapoor on high-concept films and screenplay

MUMBAI: There is a myth in Bollywood that high-concept cinemas don’t find their way to the box office. But the economy of film-making is going through a change and more small budget story-driven films are coming out as hits. The list is long with Badhhai Ho, Raazi, Andhadhun, Thappad, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan and The Sky is Pink.

At The Content Hub 2020 Masterclass, Jyoti Kapoor, writers of films like Badhhai Ho and Good Newzz in a candid chat with film-critic Gayatri Gauri shared insights on high-concept films.

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Case study on Marathi web series 'Pandu'

MUMBAI: Pandu is a Marathi comedy web-series on the everyday life of Mumbai Police starring Suhas Sirsat, Deepak Shirke, Abish Mathew and Trupti Khamkar. A session at The Content Hub 2020 Day 2 organised by Indiantelevision.com was a case study on Pandu by the creators of the Marathi series. 

Gulbadan Talkies founder and creative director Sarang Sathaye and co-founder and director Anusha Nandakumar briefed the audience on the establishment of Bharatiya Digital Party (BDP). 

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Visuals are as important as storytelling for content, says Travelxp’s creative director

MUMBAI: Along with storytelling, the impact of visuals is also important, says Travelxp creative director Kamakhya Narayana Singh, while addressing the crowd about the advantages of 4K and 8K format experience on day two of The Content Hub 2020, an initiative by Indiantelevision.com.

Travelxp is the first Indian travel genre broadcasting channel to come up with high quality viewing experience of 4K and 8K to the viewers.

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Writers are the key to creating great content: Radhika Gopal and Caleb Franklin

MUMBAI: Day two of The Content Hub 2020 started with a fireside chat with Tulsea talent manager Radhika Gopal and Matter Advisors founder and managing partner Caleb Franklin where they discussed the importance of creating an ecosystem and a platform for writers. Writers are the key to creating great content.  

Radhika Gopal said, "Through Tulsea we worked with some great writers, directors and actors. We make sure the talent roaster is balanced. We want to be an objective narrative party in order to make deals more transparent."

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Women’s role in media and entertainment has evolved, says all-women panel

MUMBAI: Women’s representation and role in media and entertainment has evolved and increased over a period of time. This was the primary opinion of the all women panel discussing on the topic ‘women in entertainment’ on day two of The Content Hub 2020.

The panel, moderated by She Means Business co-founder Dipika Singh, comprised of IN10 Media VP corporate strategy and development Mansi Darbar, Shemaroo Entertainment chief operation officer Kranti Gada and Women In Film and TV (WIFT) India’s founder Petrina D’Rozario.

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Gippi director Sonam Nair on her upcoming shows and challenges in the OTT industry

MUMBAI: Sonam Nair, director and writer best known for her work in Wake Up Sid, Gippi and The Trip in a fireside chat at the Content Hub 2020 spoke at length about directing digital and television series.

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Nivedita Basu’s journey from Balaji Telefilms to her own production house

MUMBAI: The Day 2 of The Content Hub 2020 had an interesting session on producing for television by Nivedita Basu.  The audiences witnessed the independent producer and creative director speak on her journey in Balaji Telefilms to becoming an independent producer and creative director. 

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Industry leaders provide valuable insights on content creation at The Content Hub 2020

The third edition of The Content Hub 2020, presented by Indiantelevision.com, saw a gala turnout with scores of people eager to hear industry leaders speak about content and the way forward.

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Short video content ecosystem grew by 100x in last two years: TikTok's Nikhil Gandhi

Streaming services started democratising content creation a couple of years ago but TikTok has made easier for the mass also to express and create. Bytedance’s most popular app has taken young Indians by a storm along with boosting vertical video growth.

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