Former Star India CEO Uday Shankar, James Murdoch team up for new venture |

www.business-standard.com | The enterprise, they stated, would concentrate on know-how and media alternatives in rising markets. However business sources stated that the main focus could be on digital media, with India being the massive driver.

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