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Q3-2015: United Spirits marketing spends up 15.8 per cent

BENGALURU: United Spirits Limited (USL) spent 229.75 crore (9.9 per cent of Total Income from Operations or TIO) in Q3-2015 (quarter ended December 31, 2015, current quarter) towards Advertising and Sales Promotion (ASP, marketing).

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Does Yuvraj Singh deserve Rs 16 crore?, asks adman Pratap Bose

Having played for Bengal in my teens and waking up at 3 am just to listen to the commentary of West Indies playing India, I can proudly call myself a purist of the game.


But the site of cricketers being sold like horses in the ring for the benefit of insolvent owners, Bollywood actresses and wives of rich businessman is another reason why I so despise the IPL. What does Nita Ambani or Preity Zinta know about the cricket beyond a point?


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India Cements transfers CSK stake to Chennai Super Kings Cricket

MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president-in-exile N Srinivasan led India Cements' board has approved the transfer of Indian Premier League (IPL) team Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to a wholly-owned subsidiary Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited. A decision to this effect was taken at a board meeting of the company, held on 11 February.


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Executive Dossier with GroupM south Asia CEO CVL Srinivas

On the sidelines of the inauguration of GroupM?s ?This Year Next Year? 2015 report, Indiantelevision.com speaks to GroupM south Asia CEO CVL Srinivas about the findings of the report.On the sidelines of the inauguration of GroupM?s ?This Year Next Year? 2015 report, Indiantelevision.com speaks to GroupM south Asia CEO CVL Srinivas about the findings of the report.

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“Emerging categories are looking at digital as it is cost effective to reach the TG”: CVL

One of the most awaited report, which brings out the trends of advertising spends for the calendar year, was released by media agency GroupM on 2 February. Called ‘This Year, Next Year,’ the report highlights a marginal increase in the AdEx: from 12.5 per cent in 2014 to 12.6 per cent in 2015.


Inaugurating the report, GroupM south Asia CEO CVL Srinivas said, “With achhe din at the centre, we are hoping that things will only go upwards from here.”


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“Marketing in the Future, Lesson 1.0”: Anita Nayyar

2015 is bright and action time for delivery over the 2014 euphoria of India on the world stage, sentiments of economic revival and investments worth $43 billion in a year where ad spend was buoyed by the General and Maharashtra elections.


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N Srinivasan can't contest BCCI 2015 polls: Supreme Court

MUMBAI: After a prolonged period of waiting, the Supreme Court has finally pronounced its verdict on the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan’s conflict of interest case. Amongst other things, the court said that Srinivasan cannot contest the BCCI polls till he gives up commercial interest in the Indian Premiere League (IPL) franchise - Chennai Super Kings (CSK).


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Cue Sports set to receive a big boost in India

MUMBAI: The Indian Premier league (IPL) helped in the evolution of cricket by bringing in an interesting format. The format also allowed various other sports like kabaddi, tennis and football to come into the spotlight last year. Joining the bandwagon this year will be cue sports.


The Billiards and Snooker Federation of India (BFSI) president PVK Mohan has said that the ‘Cue Masters League’ (CML) will be held this year in India. The league will have six franchises from different part of the country.


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“It was time to move on to newer challenges”: Satbir Singh

MUMBAI: Ending his nine-year long association, Havas Worldwide India managing partner and chief creative officer (CCO), Satbir Singh, has decided to move on.


The man behind last year’s Indian Premiere League (IPL) campaign ‘Come on bulava aaya hai’ has been in the industry for over 20 years. Singh has worked in India's top agencies such as Trikaya Grey (now Grey), Contract, Leo Burnett, Ulka, Ogilvy & Mather and has also to his credit the ‘Incredible India’ campaign and the long-standing radio tagline ‘Bajaate Raho.’

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IPL teams keep their ‘core’ intact

 MUMBAI: A total of 123 cricketers including players were retained by the franchises for the 2015 Pepsi Indian Premier season. Five Indian cricketers including Unmukt Chand and Vinay Kumar have been traded during the window for player trade this year. 

The window for the franchises to extend the player contracts on existing terms for Pepsi IPL season closed on 15 December 2014. 


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