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Drama producer Laurence Bowen is launching new scripted indie Dancing Ledge with investment from television format creator and distributor FremantleMedia.
Delhi HC has given Prasar Bharati two weeks to respond to the notice. Producers have alleged that the slot sale is discriminatory against small TV content companies.
FreemantleMedia has picked up a 25% stake in Wild Blue, a new independent production company.
FremantleMedia is showcasing ‘Hear Me. Love Me. See Me’ , a defining dating format devised by its production company Abot Hameiri, at the on-going television trade event MipTV in France.
Balaji Telefilms turned profitable in Q3 from a period of loss a year ago even as programming hours increased, resulting in higher revenues from commissioned shows.