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FICCI to organise global convention on the Business of Entertainment

04-February-2002
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FICCI to organise global convention on the Business of Entertainment

FRAMES-2002: A FICCI convention on the business of entertainment will be held on 15th –16th March, 2002 in Mumbai. The convention discussion themes would include Broadcasting, Films, Managing entertainment assets, New Media and Broadband in India.

The event will see participation from people connected with the business of entertainment from the Indian and international scene. Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Mrs. Sushma Swaraj will inaugurate the convention.

Organisations such as The Motion Picture Association of America, World Intellectual Property Organisation, STAR Group, BBC Worldwide, IMG, Seachange International, PACE, are known to be the participants.

Interestingly Dubai Media City has been roped in as the Broadcasting Session Sponsor.

FRAMES 2001 held on 30th-31st March, 2001in Mumbai, was the first ever Convention held in India. Along with the convention FICCI will also organize the ‘Trading Hub’ to facilitate the flow and generation of business at the convention.

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