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e4mrecap: The Week That Was

The week from July 3–7 started with a spotlight on the Copyright Board and whether it is the need of the hour for private FM sector. With Uday Shankar, Chairman and CEO, Star India, completing a decade at Star India, an in-depth conversation with the man himself reveals his journey so far, converting challenges into opportunities, the state of Indian news and more. The week progressed into MullenLowe Lintas Group launching its new full-service agency, PointNine Lintas; and ABC announcing the deadline (August 16) for member publications to submit audited circulation figures. The week concluded on a momentous note with the announcement of the Pitch Top 50 Brands for 2017.

Here’s a recap:

e4mSpotlight: Is a Copyright Board the need of the hour for private FM sector?


STARring Uday Shankar: Failures are huge assets but success can be a big liability


MullenLowe Lintas Group launches new full-service agency, PointNine Lintas



ABC asks member publications to submit audited circulation figures by August 16


Pitch Top 50 Brands for 2017 announced

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