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Goafest 2014: Broadcaster Abbys: Star Group wins 14 metals

2 June 2014

Star Sports bagged two Golds, while Star India bagged one; Headlines Today and MSM win a Gold each. 

The inaugural Broadcaster Abbys were hosted on day two of Goafest 2014. The Star Group won a total of 14 metals.  

Two of those were Gold wins for Star Sports. One win came for its entry ‘ICC Women's World Cup, 2013’, while the other was for ‘Star Sports Refresh Launch’. The channel also bagged a Silver. 
Star India bagged a Gold for Saath Hai Hum Uttarakhand in the Best TV Program for Cause Related Marketing sub-category. The broadcaster also won three Silvers and four Bronze metals.
Multi Screen Media also bagged a Gold in its total tally of six wins (three Silvers and two Bronze). The Gold win was for Sirf Dekhna Nahi Pepsi IPL 2013 campaign. 
Headlines Today bagged a Gold for its entry ‘Right To Be Heard’ in the Best TV News Channel Promo sub-category. 
BroadcasterGrand Prix GoldSilverBronzeTotal
Aaj Tak11
Bennett Coleman & Co11
Discovery Networks SA0101
Headlines Today11
Life Ok11
Star Entertainment22
Star India1348
Star Sports213
TV18 Broadcast CNN IBN11
Zee Entertainment Enterprises22


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