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Channel V expects 40 per cent revenue growth for the year 2000-01

15-December-2000
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Channel V expects 40 per cent revenue growth for the year 2000-01

The growth in revenue will be primarily achieved due to the repositioning of the channel to target youngsters. Channel V will also leverage the Internet by conducting online promotions and linking the channel programming and offline events through its website www.vindia.com.

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