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Indiantelevision.com's News Room Archives 2006
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The News Room Headlines in the month of June
         
       
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Times Now in 'reporting' deal with 'Corporate'
( 29 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC Worldwide's profits rise 62 per cent
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Zoya Trunova is bbc russian.com editor
( 28 June 2006 )
 
       
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NDTV India pulls the curtain down on crime shows
( 26 June 2006 )
 
       
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Star News to launch '24 Ghante, 24 Reporter' bulletin
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Paes to do commentary for BBC Radio for Wimbledon
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Random House Group acquires stake in BBC Books
( 23 June 2006 )
 
       
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CNN launches a suite of free video podcasts
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Sandy Smith new editor of BBC show 'Panorama'
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Dan Rather to leave CBS News after four decades
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BBC Worldwide to expand channels' reach in Latin America
( 21 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC Arabic launches an online marketing campaign
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NDTV Profit goes for complete makeover
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Devin Wenig is Reuters COO
( 19 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC picks up teen drama from FremantleMedia
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BBC News focusses popular stories with new web page
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NDTV-Astro channel launched in Indonesia
( 16 June 2006 )
 
       
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TV18 to bring internet biz under Web 18
( 15 June 2006 )
 
       
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Zee News ropes in Padgaonkar to host 'Neta Tumhi..'
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Fifa in a funk over BBC show
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BBC Worldwide signs IP VOD deal in Korea
( 14 June 2006 )
 
       
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'CNN Future Summit' global initiative launches 15 June
( 13 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC to produce 6 shows on 'World Challenge' nominees
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NDTV employs opt-out telecast for southern India
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Hatcher's tough times before landing Housewivesí role
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BBC forks out $33mn to retain film host Jonathan Ross
( 12 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC to offer live broadband streaming of Wimbledon
( 10 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC to relay four World Cup matches live on AIR
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Landor is BBC World Service news current affairs editor
( 9 June 2006 )
 
       
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Starís news partner ABP charts expansion plan
( 8 June 2006 )
 
       
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TV Today mulls Mumbai Aaj Tak
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BBC looks to enhance content diversity in the UK
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BBC World launches ad campaign to in New York City
( 7 June 2006 )
 
       
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Five news organisations & US govt settle privacy suit
( 6 June 2006 )
 
       
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BBC, Pact agree on new media rights
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Attack on journalists: BBC complaints to Egypt
( 5 June 2006 )
 
       
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Relaunch brings new shows on Channel7
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BBC World debuts in the US market
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BBC Worldwide global channles appoints Howarth as SVP
( 3 June 2006 )
 
       
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Channel7 relaunches with new on-air look
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Michael Ware is CNNís Baghdad based correspondent
( 2 June 2006 )
 
       
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Channel7 executive editor Ajit Sahi quits
( 1 June 2006 )
 
       
       
 
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