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Warner Multimedia to focus on television software

16-December-2000
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Warner Multimedia to focus on television software

Warner Multimedia is now extending its focus and is expanding into television software production. The first step in this regard is the launch of a mega-budget teleserial and for this the company has signed up with Bimal Roy. Mr. Bimal Roy will direct Warner Multimedia’s home production, a 52-episode Bengali serial Pratibad, which is being produced for the Bangla channel ATN World. Warner is also in the process of finalising a serial for Zee Bangla channel called Adhikaar. The company has also signed up to produce a mega-serial called Kartavya in Hindi for DD2.

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