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Nickelodeon clebrates Independence Day with a heart-warming initiative 'Mera Wala India'

MUMBAI: This Independence Day, the Nickelodeon will address the challenges India is facing despite of being in the 73rd year of Independence through their innovative campaign– ‘Mera Wala India’. Taking a cue from what the ideal India should be from a kid’s point of view the channel brings alive the...

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Kids’ drawings & ACC’s bricks - inspiration for a greener tomorrow

According to the United Nations, 92% people worldwide do not breathe clean air.

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Shemaroo Forays into the US with ShemarooMe

Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, India’s leading entertainment company, launched its Direct-To-Consumer OTT platform ShemarooMe in February 2019. In order to further expand its consumer base and cater to the growing demand for Indian content globally, ShemarooMe has been launched in the US. 

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Kids prefer home-grown content, feature films on TV

The TV industry is growing and so is kids’ viewership. Since 98 per cent of India is still single TV homes, co-viewing is extensive and leads to better targeting options while demand for localised content and regional content are a boon to creators. Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India...

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TRAI directs DPOs to refrain from placing channels outside the genre

After receiving complaints from TV18 and TV Today Network against Republic Bharat, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has directed all distribution platform operators (DPOs) to refrain from placing channels outside their genres.

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