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Viacom18’s Sonia Huria to join Amazon Prime Video as Head of Communications for India
Neerja director launches his production house in his name, Ram Madhvani Films
OTT shows on TV — Apna time aayega
Viacom18 announces a multi-million dollar behaviour change campaign ‘MTV Nishedh’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi to step into the wild with Bear Grylls on Discovery’s ‘Man Vs Wild’
Tata Sky launches new premium digital service Tata Sky Binge
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Hotstar awards social media mandate for its subscription-based services to Social Kinnect
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DSport to telecast UK’s wrestling series ‘WOS Wrestling in India’
MediaCom India wins Silver in Effective Use of Partnerships & Sponsorships category at WARC Media Awards 2018
Viacom18, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and BBC Media Action join hands to bring TV series on urban sanitation
Haier unveils its new TVC for the all new Easy Connect LED range
Hotstar and HOOQ join hands to shower content bonanza on viewers
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What Works gives a makeover to History TV18’s series OMG! Chhattisgarh Season 3
Onida launches new smart TV to expand market share and revenue
Animal Planet and HCL highlight plight of endangered animals in new series, On The Brink
Publicis Communications launches branded content and entertainment marketing arm
Depending only on advertising is not sustainable in the long run, says Neeraj Roy, Hungama Digital
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Discovery’s third series in Breaking Point puts spotlight on Air Force warriors
‘Love at First Bite’ on FYI TV 18 blends food and romance
Viu India to launch 20 more Viu Originals in 2018
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Tata Sky brings international content to India with Tata Sky World Screen
Discovery launches second series under Breaking Point franchise
SPTN, UN Foundation launch special fest to showcase emerging filmmakers
21st Century Fox creates new Fox with businesses not sold to Disney
Disney acquires 21st Century Fox, after spinoff of certain businesses, for $52.4 bn