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eNBA to highlight achievements of language news channels

02-August-2011
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eNBA to highlight achievements of language news channels

Language news channels will be in the spotlight at the exchange4media News Broadcasting Awards 2011. As many as 11 Special Awards in Indian Languages will be given away. Now is the time for your channel to stand up and get noticed. Have you sent in your entries yet?

The exchange4media News Broadcasting Awards will be held in New Delhi on August 27, 2011 at The LaLit. Shekhar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, The Indian Express is the Jury Chairperson this year.

These 11 Special Awards will be awarded to the best news programme on a channel in any of the specified Indian languages:
• Best News Programme in Assamese
• Best News Programme in Bangla
• Best News Programme in Gujarati
• Best News Programme in Hindi
• Best News Programme in Kannada
• Best News Programme in Malayalam
• Best News Programme in Marathi
• Best News Programme in Oriya
• Best News Programme in Punjabi
• Best News Programme in Tamil
• Best News Programme in Telugu

Entries for the Awards are now open. This year, a total of 35 Awards would be given away. The scale of participation is larger than in the previous years. In keeping with the regional focus, this year entries have been invited across languages and not just in English and Hindi. As many as 11 Awards would be given to Indian language news broadcasters.

Formulated in 2008, eNBA recognises the best in television news and rewards broadcasters and industry leaders who are responsible for shaping the future of television broadcasting in India.

For further details and to send in your entries please visit:

http://www.exchange4media.com/enba2011/Index.html.

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