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Star Bharat’s real growth trajectory will be visible in the next six months, says Kevin Vaz
Discovery to add 5X hours of original content across channels in 2022
Hoping to rake in 7% of annual revenue during Budget season, says Smriti Mehra of CNBC-TV18
Nail-biting competition among Business News channels to garner maximum eyeballs with Budget programming
News channels woo audiences with special programming line-up for upcoming Assembly Elections in 5 states
Pogo announces new content line-up for Republic Day; ropes in rapper Raftaar for title track of new series
News18 Bangla’s ‘Puro-Yuddo’ promises comprehensive electoral programming line-up
IN10 Media’s infotainment channel Epic readies itself for a metaverse future
Zee Biskope announces Chhath Puja programming line-up
ET Now and ET Now Swadesh unveil “Naya Saal, Nayi Shuruat”, a Diwali special programming line-up
Times Hollywood Network announces festive line-up
News18 Network puts spotlight on regional channels, has high hopes from coming state elections
CNBC-Awaaz’s campaign reiterates brand promise of ‘Munafe Ki Baat’ to its viewers
Zee Ganga launches a multi-media campaign and a programme line-up with brand ambassador Nirahua
With 30 advertisers on board, Times Now Navbharat emerges as a strong contender in Hindi news space: Experts
CNBC-TV18 launches ‘Mad About Markets’, a new show for the youth
Zee Odisha presents itself in a new avatar with a slate of new shows
CNN-News18 launches #ExtraordinaryAmongUs campaign, salutes undying spirit of doctors
The Q India announces programming line-up for this summer
Ad rates for kids’ channels expected to return to 2019 levels this summer
Zee Biskope announces programming line-up for Holi
Sony YAY! launches four new shows as a precursor to the summer vacations
News18 Madhya Pradesh/Chhattisgarh announces fresh programming line-up for evening primetime
Times Now announces special programming for Assembly Elections 2021
Bigg Boss garnered impressive numbers; fiction shows will continue to be our bread and butter: Manisha Sharma of Colors