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India's Zee broadcasting group, is investing $250 million its subsidiary health, wellness and lifestyle channel Veria Living for content development, production, co-production and acquisition.
India's film biz has made well-chronicled inroads all across the globe, especially Bollywood's song-and-dance-laden movies. But another medium has been slowly expanding overseas -- Indian TV.
ESPN-Star and Dubai-based Ten Sports are challenging a government decree forcing them to provide terrestrial feeds of their national and international sports coverage to pubcaster Doordarshan.
Media mogul Subhash Chandra is the first to produce an indigenous version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" with an even larger prize -- about $2.2 million.
The Punj Lloyd Group has staked out early territory in the convergence of the Internet, TV and other services in India. The construction company has ventured into media with 64 TV channels offered…
Arun Jaitley, the minister for information and broadcasting, told India's Parliament on Tuesday that the government will allow direct-to-home television when a new broadcasting bill is approved.
UNITED KINGDOM FilmFour has picked up four more movies from Miramax Intl. for U.K. distribution, including Jane Campion’s “Holy Smoke” and the hit teen pic “She’s All That.” The deal establishes…