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Entertainment Zones advertising spends grew 55 pc in Jan-Nov 2005-AdEx analysis

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Entertainment Zones advertising spends grew 55 pc in Jan-Nov 2005-AdEx analysis

Till November 2005 advertising spends by Entertainment Zones had grown by 55 per cent. While magazines saw a paltry 3 per cent advertising, newspapers got the maximum attention. PVR Cinemas, which recently launched its latest multiplex in Noida, advertised the most in Print during January-November 2005.


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