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Indian TV broadcasters to meet in Las Vegas on January 23

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Indian TV broadcasters to meet in Las Vegas on January 23

Indian TV broadcasters in association with NATPE (world’s largest non-profit electronics programming) is organising a conference on the Indian entertainment industry on January 23 at Las Vegas, US.

According to the Indian Broadcasting Foundation, the event will mark the completion of the first decade of satellite television in India.

The Indian panelists include Mr. Dheeraj Kapuria, country head, Zee TV, US; Mr. V Chandrashekaran, chairman & managing director, Pentamedia; Mr. Amit Khanna, chairman, Reliance Entertainment Ltd.; Mr. Firdaus Kharas, Chairman, UTV International; Mr. Bill Dennis, chairman Toonz Animation India Ltd.; and Mr. Ramesh Sharma, Film Director, Moving Picture Company. Mr. Bhuvan Lall, executive director, IBF will chair the panel.

The foreign speakers at the conference will include TV personalities such as Mr. Jerry Seinfeld and Ms Whoopi Goldberg, besides the maker of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’.


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