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The Content Hub: Education in comedy doesn’t exist in India

The experts from the comedy genre got together to discuss the current state of comedy in television and its future.

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Why ‘Satyamev Jayate’ chose the Sunday morning slot

Broadcaster Star Plus had given the show the option of being on a primetime slot.

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The Content Hub: Segmented channels predict good future for themselves

Though currently such channels are not getting the expected viewership, they look forward to a day when shorter formats and better economies will rule the industry.

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The Content Hub: Broadcasters are averse to experimenting with content

On the first day of The Content Hub, broadcasters, producers and writers got together to discuss ways to change the dynamics of TV content.

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“You should never underestimate the power of good writing”: Namit Sharma

Zee TV's creative head shares his views on today’s story-telling and the power of story writers.

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“A few new writers haven’t even read literature”: Purnendu Shekhar

The writer believes that skill lies in bringing freshness in old-aged stories.

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In the online medium, the audience is the king, say digital stars

YouTube talents share their thoughts on crafting content online, the challenges and the incentives.

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“The biggest idea can come from somebody you are not looking at”: Ajit Thakur

According to Life OK EVP and GM talent spotting and then retaining that talent is a big challenge.

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“Seasonal shows can break the monotony”: Sumeet H Mittal

The acclaimed producer feels that the content shown on television needs to be in line with the viewer preferences and demands.

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“The line between social and digital video are blurring very fast”: Saket Saurabh

According to #fame CEO Saket Saurabh, video is the new text and talent is the most powerful currency in the digital age.

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