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B4U increases prime time to 3.5 hours

15-November-2000
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B4U increases prime time to 3.5 hours

B4U Multimedia International Ltd. announced that its prime time band will now cover three and a half hour, up from the earlier one-hour band. Filling in the three-and-a half hour slot are six new programmes, in addition to the nine serials being already aired on the channel. The channel has also entered into an arrangement with Doordarshan to air films.

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