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German distributor: Fajr film market important to our European clients
Fajr International Film Festival 2017 unveiled high profile acquisitions of Iranian films at its opening ceremony on Friday. The main activity is in sales for films screening in the sidebar Film Market. It may take time to assess this run. But so far all signs indicate a strong return to the robust activity and old time glamor of past events.
TV may take biggest toll on school readiness for poor kids
Doctors often tell parents of young children to limit television time because it can interfere with learning and language development. Now, a US study suggests TV’s impact on school readiness might be worse for poor kids than for more affluent children.
Turning your entire wall into a TV
Huge flatscreen TVs could soon be consigned to the dustbin of history thanks to US engineers who have developed the world's first stretchable electronic circuit — using just an inkjet printer.
Bomb attack claims two lives in Syria’s Tartus: State TV
A bomb attack has hit the coastal Syrian city of Tartus, killing at least two security officers, as a countrywide ceasefire enters its third day.
TV, film legend Marshall dies at 81
Famed director and producer Garry Marshall has died at the age of 81.
Deputy FM: Securing nuclear right biggest achievement
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi deemed consolidation of Iran’s right to possess nuclear energy as the biggest achievement of JCPOA, adding the nuclear deal signed between Iran and the 5+1 countries, has separated the nuclear issue from the missile defense program.
'Khandevane' highly popular Iranian telecast
'Khandevane' telecast has been a massive hit with Iranian audience, Mehr News Agency said.
BAFTA TV winners announced
Britain television's most prestigious event took place Sunday night in the British capital, with some of the biggest names from both small and silver screen in attendance for the annual BAFTA TV Awards.
Daesh chemicals don't threaten Israel: TV
Israeli military officials have said a Daesh affiliate operating near the Syrian border with occupied Palestinian territories has obtained chemical weapons, but does not threaten Tel Aviv.
Iran deputy labor minister talks to Press TV about vocational training
Founded in 1980, the Technical and Vocational Training Organization (TVTO) provides vocational training in different institutions run by the public sector, prisons and barracks as well as in private entities.
Iranian artist Mo'meni dies
Iranian actor and dubber Valiollah Mo'meni passed away on Wednesday at the age of 82 due to heart attack. His most recent appearance was in the TV series 'The Riddle of the Shah'.
HodHod TV to launch English channel
HodHod English TV channel will soon kick off as the first Islamic (Muslim) Children’s channel.
Police say will counter with dress code violators
Iran’s police chief on Tuesday warned women who do not respect dress code inside their cars.
Prolonged TV viewing linked to high death rate
On average, 80 percent of American adults watch 3.5 hours of television per day and multiple observational studies have demonstrated a link between TV viewing and poorer health.
Emmy attracts smallest-ever TV audience
Emmy Awards ceremony on Sunday night was watched by a record low of 11.9 million viewers on US television, down nearly 4 million compared to last year.

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