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Tuesday, August 17, 2004

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Cable TV viewers may have to shell out more
The levy of 10 per cent service tax and two per cent education cess introduced in the Budget are the latest bones of contention. More

Cricket still the main draw
THE domestic advertising industry's appetite for cricket seems to be growing. While the cost of acquiring rights for cricketing events has moved skywards, the game will continue to be supported by advertisers, who are willing to pump in the ... More

Broadcasters hiking stake to acquire cricket rights
IN a last ditch effort to acquire the cricket rights of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), broadcasters are upping their stake by offering additional incentive. ESPN Software India Pvt Ltd for instance, has offered to purchase rights ... More

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