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30 Indian companies took part in entertainment conference

26-January-2001
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30 Indian companies took part in entertainment conference

The Indian entertainment sector was in full strength at the recently held international conference - NATPE - at Las Vegas, US. Over 30 Indian companies and 75 Indian delegates participated in the four-day (January 21 to 24) meet. Among the Indian companies represented at the meet were Zee TV, Reliance Entertainment, Discovery Channel India, Moving Picture Company, UTV, Toonz Animation, Krishna Shah Associates, Dream Factory, First Serve Entertainment, Gala Entertainment, B4U, TV India and the Indian Broadcasting Foundation. Five Indian companies including Eye Circus, Ramoji Film City, Zee TV, Ruby Pictures and Guru Animation even displayed their latest television programmes.

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