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Sony BBC Earth announces ‘Young Earth Champions’ winner 

Sony BBC Earth has announced Rishit Mathur as a winner for its show Young Earth Champions. Young Earth Champions, which was announced in May this year, was created to engage with young minds and encourage them to work towards a better future. It received several creative submissions on how to...

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B4U set to expand its movies offering with ‘Dhamaka’

Mumbai: India’s pioneer broadcaster with a global footprint across 100 countries, B4U, is all set to launch their fifth channel and third Hindi movie offering, called Dhamaka Movies.

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Sony Music ties up with The Estate of Michael Jackson to release ‘Thriller 40’

Mumbai: Thriller 40, a double CD set featuring Michael Jackson's original masterpiece Thriller, including never-before-released tracks that Jackson worked on for the Thriller album, has been announced by Sony Music and the Estate of Michael Jackson in honour of the album's 40th anniversary. More...

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Zing introduces short video content series ‘Tiny Tales’

Mumbai: Zing has launched Tiny Tales, a digital-first short-form video content series aimed at gen Z. The first launch is Tiny Tales – Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya on 1 October, which is a heartfelt extension of Zing’s marquee show Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, featuring endearing stories of love, friendship, and...

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Indian Performing Right Society targets Rs 60 crore revenue from public performance, says CEO Rakesh Nigam

During the past two Covid infected years on-ground events took a severe hit. This had an extremely negative impact on the public performance music rights business. However, with normalcy returning The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) CEO Rakesh Nigam is optimistic about generating revenue of...

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