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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.
Balaji Telefilms has received board approval to raise up to Rs 250 cr even as it gears up to launch its OTT service under the ALT brand.