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Stage set for grand finale of ‘Media quotient – what is your MQ?’ tonight; Team Underdogs wins Delhi round

06-May-2010
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Stage set for grand finale of ‘Media quotient – what is your MQ?’ tonight; Team Underdogs wins Delhi round

The ‘Media quotient – what is your MQ?’ is all set for the grand finale in Mumbai on May 6, 2010. The Delhi regionals were held on May 5, which saw Team Underdogs comprising Nitesh Bhasin and Ranjeet Verma emerge the winners. They will now compete with the winners of the Kolkata and Bangalore rounds and the Mumbai round, which will be held on May 6, for the MQ crown.

The Delhi round, which was held in Hotel Eros Intercontinental, saw the participation of 27 teams. The first runners up were the team comprising Praveen Das from The Times of India and Kunal Malhotra from Big Synergy.

Madison’s Sam Balsara and GroupM’s Vikram Sakhuja were the quizmasters for the Delhi round as well.

Twenty questions were asked in the Prelims, following which six teams out of the 27 teams were selected for the final round.

Now, all eyes are on Mumbai for the next leg of MQ 2010.

The winning team will get a return ticket to London, which is sponsored by Kingfisher Airlines.

The Media Quiz seeks to bring together media professionals on a common platform to network and interact, while simultaneously competing to win. The Quiz covers all aspects of the Media discipline – people, places, stories of origin, research, the business and its connection with Indian and bits of global media.

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