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Television

Balaji Telefilms spreads wings to American TV market with Indus Media deal

Balaji Tele has forged a partnership with Indus Media to jointly produce TV content for the American market. The duo have secured rights to the TV series ‘Brown Nation’. This will be the first series under the new deal.

Viacom18 Motion Pictures lines up ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’ for March 2015

The movie is the official adaptation of the British satire ‘The Infidel’ and stars Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah in pivotal roles.

UTV Movies inks film syndication deal with Viacom18

The 11-movie deal includes films like ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya’, ‘Mary Kom’, ‘R… Rajkumar’ and ‘Madras Café’. UTV will also get some soon-to-be released films and untitled movies that will be aired during the year.

Viacom18 bags 14 wins at PromaxBDA Asia Awards 2014

Viacom18 India brought home 8 Golds and 6 Silvers across its channels Nick, Comedy Central and MTV.

Balaji Telefilms to acquire 51% stake in Marinating Films

Balaji Telefilms is all set to pick up a majority stake in Marinating Films, with which it had earlier partnered for a sports reality show ‘Box Cricket League’.

Viacom18’s INS to facilitate launch of vivo smartphones in India

Going beyond its portfolio, Viacom18’s Integrated Network Solutions (INS) arm has partnered with vivo, ahead of the launch of the handset brand in the Indian market.

Viacom18’s licensing biz goes beyond network brands

Going beyond the brands of its national and international network, Viacom18’s Consumer Products division has signed on FC Barcelona and Italian fashion brand Winx Club.

Viacom18 Motion Pictures to co-produce ‘Kung-Fu Yoga’ with Chinese firm

Viacom18 Motion Pictures has joined hands with China’s Taihe Entertainment Corporation and Shinework Media to announce the first Indo-Chinese co-production film ‘Kung-Fu Yoga’.

How Zee’s Essel Vision is planning to grow

Starting with non-fiction, Essel Vision has got into fiction shows as well. The content company is co-producing films in Hindi, Marathi and Bengali. It is now gearing up to launch content for digital platforms, starting next year.

DQ Entertainment Q2 net down 14.5% to Rs 21.31 cr

DQE has concluded its discussions for financing the development and production of its properties. Working capital remains under pressure.