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IBF to hold The Indian Television Fest on Nov 2-3

30-January-2012
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IBF to hold The Indian Television Fest on Nov 2-3

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) has announced the first ever Indian Television Fest (ITF) 2012, which will be held on November 2 and 3.

Making the announcement, Uday Shankar, President, IBF, said, “The Indian Television Fest is for the industry, by the industry and of the industry. Designed over two days in the relaxing environment of Goa, it is the perfect opportunity for the young TV industry to network, exchange ideas and interact with professionals, entrepreneurs and global experts from the entire value chain of television broadcasting. The Indian Television Fest is much required to grow our industry to a Rs 100,000 crore industry. The moment is now.”

The Indian Television Fest seeks to bring the entire television industry in India under one roof to collaborate, exchange, ideate, view and review. To showcase to the world and to participate in global conversation. The event will have leaders of the world of television broadcasting, review the latest technology and applaud excellence.

ITF 2012 will feature seminars, key note sessions, events, recreation, awards, software and Hardware Bazaar Technology and service pavilions, lounges for private meetings, performances, and a host of sporting pleasure.

Over 600 TV channels inform and entertain more than 500 million Indians each day. An annualised business, which realises a turnover of more than Rs 30,000 crore across the value chain of cable systems, programming houses, cutting edge technology and creative talent.

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