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Ditto TV Shines At Mobby's 2012

Dec 03, 2012
Ditto TV is happy to inform you that we are the proud recipient of 'the Best New Service and Application' Award in the 'Innovation in the Mobile Industry' category at Mobby Awards, 2012 held on the 22nd of November at the Taj Land's End, Mumbai, as part of the 2nd 'Mobile & Digital Marketing Summit' organized by the World Brand Congress & CMO Asia.
The Mobby Awards 2012, representing all walks of life from start-ups, studios, content providers, entertainment, entities, sports, apps and handsets, brands and more, is an awards program that celebrates outstanding achievements across all aspects of the mobile landscape.

The winners are announced after a careful and minute scrutiny of nominations by an eminent jury consisting of technocrats and stalwarts from the tech fraternity. This review process includes, not only examining the technology that drives the product, but also its impact on revolutionizing society. The objective is to recognize and honour the creativity and insight of both individuals and businesses at the cutting edge of the mobile marketing industry. The Summit brings together Marketing Experts, Strategists and Media to share and deliver the issues and best practices that shape the digital marketing landscape with like-minded professionals as Summit participants.

Vishal Malhotra, Business Head - New Media at Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., commenting on the award, said, "We are elated to have received the prestigious Mobby's Award in the Best New Service and Application category, instituted by World Brand Congress & CMO Asia. The conferment of this award by a prestigious industry body reaffirms our faith in the vision that led to the birth and growing popularity of Ditto TV. Today, Ditto TV spans 5 continents, and makes available to every viewer, his favourite content at a finger's touch, wherever he is. I am confident that this award will spur us on to achieve greater heights and set paradigmatic standards for not only the mobile industry, but the infotainment industry at large."