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  rediff.com: Balaji Telefilms hikes rates for 2 mega serials: BS
Balaji Telefilms asked for a higher fee as it felt that much of Star Plus's success was due to these serials.
Balaji asked for a substantial hike as it felt that it contributed a lot to the turnabout in Star's fortunes," the sources said.
Balaji Telefilms is a television software house promoted by film star Jeetendra and is widely identified with his daughter Ekta Kapoor, who is the creative director.
www.rediff.com /money/2001/jul/27balaji.htm   (335 words)

 Balaji Telefilms: Buy
Balaji Telefilms seems to be having a good run with its programming catching the audience imagination.
Given its track record, Balaji Telefilms is also on a strong footing on its own and could at this point in time dictate terms to channels as it has alternatives.
Balaji Telefilms may be no exception to this unless it shows quality disclosures over the next few years to inspire confidence.
www.blonnet.com /iw/2001/04/29/stories/0229b051.htm   (1299 words)

 Equitymaster.com : Related Views on News
Balaji Telefilms, the leading television content provider in the country, reported strong March quarter numbers late yesterday, wherein the bottomline growth outpaced the topline growth by a considerable margin, on the back of margin expansion.
Balaji Telefilms, a leading television content provider in the country, reported decent results for the third quarter ending December 2005.
Balaji Telefilms continued to improve upon its performance during the September quarter by registering the strongest topline growth in recent times.
www.equitymaster.com /subsearch.asp?symbol=BALAJI   (520 words)

 ICICI direct.com :: Pick of the Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Balaji Telefilms has been on a high growth path making it one of the fancied stocks on the bourses.
Balaji has a virtual monopoly with a 50 per cent share of Star’s prime time programming, and almost 40 per cent of the GRPs of Star Plus, Sony and Zee TV combined.
Balaji’s future growth is expected to accrue from its two-pronged strategy of volume and realisation growth.
www.icicidirect.com /PickofWeek.asp?id=71   (861 words)

 Television Point | Company Profile | Balaji Telefilms Ltd.
Balaji Telefilms Limited, is India's No. 1 Production House with a strong team force of 350 members and professionals, the company after a titanic struggle, managed to survive and finally, emerged as the largest fiction based television content provider with more than RS 178.30 Crore as gross revenue.
The first project of Balaji Telefilms was Mano ya na mano for Zee TV in 1994, then the sunshine came, when Hum Paanch was successfully aired for five years.
This is borne by the fact that most of Balaji’s serials are top TRP grosser's.
www.televisionpoint.com /companyprofile/balajitele.html   (394 words)

 ICICI direct.com :: Pick of the Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Balaji retains its position as an undisputed leader accounting for 79% of the aggregate TRPs during weekday prime time shows among the top 100 Hindi cable and satellite shows.
Balaji has done remarkably well over the years as 85.71% of its programmes were aired during prime time.
Balaji is way ahead of its competitors considering the grip that it has on viewers and their viewing habits.
www.icicidirect.com /PickofWeek.asp?id=262   (1094 words)

 CNN.com - Balaji, Packer TV deal may be no-go - May 4, 2001
Balaji Telefilms confirmed to the BSE stock exchange in Mumbai Friday that it was reviewing the merger with Nine Network Entertainment India "due to the recent developments."
Balaji Telefilm shares, which dropped almost 5 percent to Rs114.25 on Thursday, rebounded 7.8 percent to Rs123.90 by Friday afternoon on the BSE.
Balaji Telefilms is reviewing the Nine Networks merger proposal since it would be restricted by the agreement to provide programming to Channel Nine.
archives.cnn.com /2001/BUSINESS/asia/05/04/mumbai.balajipackernogo   (365 words)

 CNN.com - Balaji calls off Packer TV deal - May 10, 2001
Balaji Telefilms reconsidered the Nine Networks merger proposal since it would be restricted by the agreement to provide programming to Channel Nine.
Balaji Telefilms chief executive Sanjay Doshi said the idea behind the alliance was to give Balaji Telefilms a steady revenue stream as a preferred content supplier.
Balaji Telefilms posted revenues of $73.7 million in the first nine months of 2000-01 with a net profit of $13.9 million.
archives.cnn.com /2001/BUSINESS/asia/05/10/india.balajipackerdealoff   (360 words)

 Asia Times: India/Pakistan
Kapoor, creative director of Balaji Telefilms, the firm founded by Jeetendra Kapoor, her cine-star father, is credited with hatching a business idea that has clicked very successfully.
She personally auditions hundreds of actors each week and the main road in front of the sprawling Balaji Telefilms office in north Mumbai is always swarming with would-be stars.
Balaji has a permanent staff of only 50 employees, with most of the manpower needed being met on a contractual basis.
atimes.com /ind-pak/DE25Df04.html   (1709 words)

 Balaji Telefilms' stokes dreams of stardom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Balaji Telefilms is looking for a candidate to play the lead role of Angad in its forthcoming serial "Kaisa Yeh Pyar Hai", which will go on the air Feb 25.
The registration counter, which was later shifted from the reception of the restaurant at South Extension here because of the rush of wannabe actors, stood testimony to the aspirations of the youth, who saw a great opportunity for a break into acting.
The Mumbai-based Balaji Telefilms is one of the biggest and most successful production houses in the Indian showbiz industry and makes serials in several languages.
www.nowrunning.com /news/news.asp?id=2437   (483 words)

 Media stock prices, balance sheet analysis, profit/loss statments
It was his vision to foray into the media and entertainment sector at a time when the ICE sector was at its peak.
His standing in the entertainment industry delivers value to Balaji Telefilms through the relationships that he enjoys with various television channels, artists, directors and writers.
Balaji was pioneer in extending the prime time.
www.exchange4media.com /stock/interview.asp   (1327 words)

 Buy Balaji Telefilms says Merrill Lynch: IBNLive
Balaji Telefilms registered revenues of Rs 735 million, +16 per cent YoY (MLe Rs 773 million) in 1QFY07.
Balaji continues to dominate the Hindi C&S space with about 60 per cent viewership market share in the Top 50 programmes (TAM Ratings: MF4+, C&S).
Balaji telefilm stocks are bound to sky high as the co is doing very well with its daily soaps.
www.ibnlive.com /news/buy-balaji-telefilms-says-merrill-lynch/17223-16.html   (525 words)

 Leader Speak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Devarajan, CFO, Balaji Telefilms, in an interview with Myiris.com, speaks about the growth drivers identified by the company to take on the steadily climbing competition that is threatening to dislodge Balaji from its top slot.
At present, we see six growth drivers for Balaji Telefilms, which are weekend programming, increasing satellite channel presence, expanding regional channel presence, higher realisations per hour, exploitation of software library and tapping of overseas media market.
Balaji Films is a separate private company and Balaji Telefilms does not have any equity stake in it.
www.indiainfoline.com /view/130103.html   (920 words)

 The Hindu Business Line : Balaji Telefilms: Reject
Balaji Telefilms derives about 85 per cent of its revenues through programming content provided to STAR Plus.
Balaji Telefilms' programmes dominate the prime time slot in the evenings and the afternoon bands.
Yet, Balaji has managed to generate cash profits of about Rs 60 crore in FY-04 and is likely to do an encore this year.
www.thehindubusinessline.com /iw/2004/11/14/stories/2004111400120800.htm   (477 words)

 Balaji Telefilms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Kapoor, the creative head of Balaji Telefilms, also said that wrapping up her hit serials Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki would be tough because of the kind of popularity they enjoyed.
Balaji Telefilms, which produces soap operas that usually revolve around the tearful sagas of mothers-in-law and their families, has just relaunched an old comedy serial.
Disclaimer : Balaji Telefilms News is an unofficial news blog and is not sponsored/affiliated/associated in any way with Balaji Telefilms company or any of its subsidiaries.
www.btnews.co.in   (4081 words)

 Equitymaster.com : Related Views on News
Balaji Telefilms is one of India`s leading television software producers.
Balaji already has a rich content library, which offers it a re-run potential.
Balaji Telefilms continued its disappointing financial performance during the March quarter by reporting a 22% fall in bottomline despite revenues surging by 16% YoY.
www.equitymaster.com /f-detail.ASP?Symbol=BALAJI   (668 words)

 rediff.com: Balaji Telefilms to venture into film production
Balaji's move comes at a time when film production has become a profitable proposition, what with music acquisition costs and domestic and international sale of movie rights rising like never before.
"Balaji has definitely proven itself in television programming but producing a film is a totally different economics, given the size," said a media analyst at a brokerage firm in Bombay.
On the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Balaji scrip closed at Rs 159.45 on Friday, down from the previous close of Rs 168.6.
www.rediff.com /money/2001/jun/15balaji.htm   (260 words)

 MAGINDIA.COM - Balaji Telefilms’ net to soar 3.4 times: DSP Merrill Lynch
17,2002, FE Balaji Telefilms is expected to post a net profit of Rs 26.6 crore for the year ending March 31, 2002, up 341 per cent over last year’s net profit of Rs 6 crore, according to the latest report on the company from DSP Merrill Lynch.
This performance is on the back of the success of a slew of serials launched by the company in the first half of the year and price increases of as much as 100 per cent on many of its running serials.
Balaji closed at Rs 414.75 on the Bombay Stock Exchange on Wednesday, against its Tuesday closing of Rs 376.25.
www.magindia.com /manarch/news/man5222.html   (422 words)

 domain-B : Indian business : Selling : Sunny days ahead for event management
On closer scrutiny however, I found that the message was an invite to attend a function organised by Balaji Telefilms, a company floated by Bollywood heart throb of yesteryears, Jeetendra and his glamorous daughter, Ekta.
The function was a press conference to announce the fact that Balaji Telefilms was foraying into "event programming".
Balaji Telefilms has not been the first to do so.
www.domainb.com /marketing/general/2001/20010224_sunny_days_1.html   (937 words)

 Balaji Telefilms' bookbuildingoffer oversubscribed two times
New Delhi: Balaji Telefilms' bookbuilding issue of 25.2 lakh shares at a floor price of Rs 130 has been oversubscribed by around two times.
Balaji is a leading producer of fiction-based programmes various regional and satellite channels.
Balaji's presence on many channels and in different languages makes its position comfortable since the revenue stream is not dependent on a single channel.
www.expressindia.com /fe/daily/20001014/fns14019.html   (502 words)

 Bombay Life: 04/04/2004 - 04/10/2004
India's most successful television production house, the Bombay-based Balaji Telefilms is currently shooting in Melbourne for one of its very popular prime time television soaps Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii.
Balaji Telefilms, Creative Director, Ekta Kapoor said, "A well etched story line coupled with scenic locales is a potent combination for any visual drama on television or film.
Balaji's crew is currently shooing for 15 days starting first week of April 2004 in Melbourne and surrounding area.
bombaylife.blogspot.com /2004_04_04_bombaylife_archive.html   (2336 words)

 domain-B : Indian business : marketing : media : Balaji Telefilms forays into event
Balaji Telefilms Ltd, the country’s leading television software producer, is enlarging its scope of operations by foraying into "event programming" (different from event management).
To begin with, it is organising the ‘Millennium Mast 2001’ to be held at Goregaon, a northern suburb of Mumbai.
We were invited to produce the show, though a lot of producers bid for the program.
www.domainb.com /marketing/media/20001215_balaji_telefilms.htm   (313 words)

 agencyfaqs! > news > interviews > rajesh pavithran
Balaji Telefilms is known for soaps that have made a virtue (and a lot of money) of kitchen politics.
If Balaji does anything on game shows, it will be only when we are sure that we can make a better programme than KBC, and also add value to the interest of the broadcasters.
A very natural progression for a company such as Balaji is to eventually set up its own general entertainment channel.
www.agencyfaqs.com /news/interviews/rajesh_pavithran_2903_2004.html   (2478 words)

 Screen -The Business of Entertainment
Balaji Telefilms and Nine Network Entertainment India have agreed to a merger, which will result in a 20 per cent holding for Nine Broadcasting India in Balaji Telefilms.
An agreement to this effect was signed by Balaji Telefilms chairman, Jeetendra Kapoor and Director, Nine Network Entertainment India, Anthony Klok last Tuesday in Mumbai.
Balaji Telefilms recently concluded its public issue and this agreement with Nine comes a day before the scrip was to be listed.
www.screenindia.com /20001201/tele3.htm   (347 words)

 Indiantelevision dot com's Perspectives: Balaji Telefilms: Kahaani Aurat Kii
Seeing his daughter's predicament and wife's enthusiasm, Pappa Jeetendra who was by no means an MCP (unlike many of the characters protrayed in the Balaji soaps), encouraged them to produce a TV serial as soon as they could and even offered to invest in it.
Balaji Telefilms, is unarguably one of the best TV production houses in the country.
Balaji might do well to keep this in mind and their thinking caps on when coming up with new concepts.
www.indiantelevision.com /perspectives/y2k3/balaji.htm   (1946 words)

 Balaji Telefilms' fixed price IPO opens tomorrow
New Delhi: Balaji Telefilms' fixed price portion of 2.8 lakh shares is opening for subscription on October 27.
It may be recalled that several companies which received overwhelming response to their bookbuilding portion have recently struggled to attract small investors.
Balaji Telefilms has been promoted by Bollywood star Mr Jitendra.
www.expressindia.com /fe/daily/20001029/efe26022.html   (332 words)

 BALAJITELE - Balaji Telefilms Limited - Google Finance
Balaji Telefilms Limited is an India-based media company.
Balaji Telefilms takes co-production route for films; plans to enter...
Balaji Telefilms surged 4.62%, to Rs 136 on a block deal as Reliance Capital Asset...
google.com /finance?cid=677399   (320 words)

 A Media Special - Hinduja TMT, Balaji Telefilms & Others - Sify.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Mumbai-based Balaji Telefilms Limited, a major producer of television software was promoted by actor Jeetendra, Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor.
Since 1994, Balaji's programmes have been aired regularly on Star Plus, Doordarshan, DD Metro, Sony Entertainment, SABe, Metro Gold, Zee, Sun, Gemini and Udaya channels and earned the reputation of being channel drivers.
Padmalaya Telefilms programmes content for television channels and is broadly a player in the entertainment industry.
sify.com /finance/fullstory.php?id=13559510   (372 words)

 The Hindu : Balaji Tele, Nine Network to merge
Balaji Telefilms and Nine Network Entertainment India Pvt.
This would result in an increase in capital by 2.6 million shares for Balaji which translates into post merger holding of 20 per cent for Nine Broadcasting India.
Balaji has recently come out with a public issue of 2.8 million shares at a price of Rs.
www.hindu.com /2000/11/22/stories/06220006.htm   (207 words)

 Moneycontrol India > News > Buy Balaji Telefilms: Merrill Lynch > > Recommendations > Balaji Telefilms,Merrill Lynch
Broking house, Merrill Lynch is bullish on Balaji Telefilms and has maintained buy rating on the stock.
"Balaji Telefilms registered revenues of Rs 735 million, +16% YoY (MLe Rs 773 million) in 1QFY07.
Our PO of Rs 145 (38% upside), is based on 12x estimated 1-year forward earnings, premium to its current valuations, which we think is justified by improving visibility of growth.
markets.moneycontrol.com /india/news/recommendations/balajitelefilmsmerrilllynch/buybalajitelefilmsmerrilllynch/market/stocks/article/231565   (564 words)

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