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That's Entertainment on CNBC-TV18 brings into the open the differences in opinion among leaders of the FM industry

24-January-2004
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That's Entertainment on CNBC-TV18 brings into the open the differences in opinion among leaders of the FM industry

This week's episode of CNBC-TV18's incisive series, "That's Entertainment" unearthed some startling differences of opinion in the FM industry on the issue of research on radio listenership. While AP Parigi of Radio Mirchi said lack of researched data " is not a problem, it will evolve" , Tariq Ansari of Go said the fact that research was not common was "a real problem". Watch That's Entertainment on CNBC-Tv18, this Sunday at 8 pm..

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