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Zee News, Zee Business, CNN-IBN & IBN 7 roped in as Promotion Partners for IFFI

23-November-2006
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Zee News, Zee Business, CNN-IBN & IBN 7 roped in as Promotion Partners for IFFI

Zee News and Zee Business, along with CNN-IBN and IBN 7, have been roped in as ‘Promotion Partners’ for the 37th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), which will be held in Goa from November 23 to December 3, 2006.

With just a day left for the kick-off of IFFI, Zee News is gearing up for the ‘Grand Opening Ceremony’, which will showcase the diversity and mammoth platform of Indian Cinema.

Zee News and Zee Business will cover the event extensively, which includes interviews, special bytes and exclusive visuals from IFFI, Goa. They will also showcase events like children’s competitions, national, international and regional concerts, as well as movie screenings.

The Zee channels will bring special encounters with stars like Bipasha Basu, Vikram Phadnis, Shankar Mahadevan and Boney M, to name a few. The channels will be covering the festival via regular capsules for its viewers.

As a result of a miscommunication from CNN-IBN, it was erroneously mentioned in our report on Tuesday that CNN-IBN and IBN 7 were the ‘Official Media Partners’ of IFFI. However, CNN-IBN has now clarified that they are only the Promotion Partners.

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