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Star India's FY19 losses widen due to IPL

Star India’s bet with the Indian Premier League (IPL) seems to have made a dent in its pocket for the financial year ending March 2019. The company reported a loss of Rs 1216.13 crore as against a profit of Rs 287.69 crore a year ago, according to a report by Economic Times.

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Zeel issues clarification regarding resignation of 3 directors

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) announced on Monday that independent directors Neharika Vora and Sunil Sharma along with non-independent director Subodh Kumar resigned and three new independent directors - R Gopalan, Surendra Singh and Aparajita Jain have been appointed. On the request of...

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Viacom18 Consumer Products and Work With Fun launch Club Roadies in Jaipur

MUMBAI: Post the successful launch of Café Roadies in Noida earlier this quarter, Viacom18 Consumer Products extended the legacy of Roadies to India’s pink city. In association with Work With Fun, the brand announced the launch of India’s first ever ‘Club Roadies’ in Jaipur today. Club Roadies is a...

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BlackRock stake in Zeel crosses 5% mark

Despite the debt crisis of the promoter group of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (Zeel), foreign fund investors aren’t shying away from betting their money. New York-based BlackRock has increased its stake in the Indian media conglomerate. Before 21 November, BlackRock held 4.77 per cent stake...

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The Q India hopes to cross 75 million Pay TV households, plans to launch regional version in 2020

Even as most new media entrepreneurs are going the digital way, The Q India is taking a different approach. The Q India’s first focus is traditional pay TV where it feels this audience is still underserved. As the completely owned subsidiary of QYOU Media, the channel has been targeting the Hindi...

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