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NDTV ventures into media education biz

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MUMBAI: Following on the steps of other media houses like Aaj Tak, Times and Zee, NDTV is foraying entering into the education business space with ‘NDTV Broadcast Training Programme’. The company has join hands with Macaw, the advertising and marketing solutions providing entity of the INCL (India Mews Communications Ltd) Group as the communication agency for creative and media buying services in introducing the broadcast training programme.

The company is firm that the association of faces like Pronnoy Roy, Barkha Dutt, Vinod Dua and Pankaj Pachauri along with NDTV credits, will add mileage to their programme thereby drawing in large number of candidates.

The eligibility criteria to apply to the programme is that one should be graduate and below 27 years of age. The first batch will be started from March second from July. The course curriculum, it claims, is career oriented and focuses to groom the aspirants with both theoretical and practical aspects of broadcast media.

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