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“But people like Marc Kirschner , founder and general manager of Tendu TV, which creates and distributes dance programming, are trying to change that.”
“In August, Tendu TV and the Dance Films Association, which produces the Dance on Camera Festival, received a $250,000 grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to produce a series of new films in 3D and high definition.”
“Tendu patta industry should also be promoted, such type of craft industries can provide employment.”
“Media outlets are also interested: MLB. com, baseball's flagship Web site, is in talks with Tendu, while ESPN has spoken with Antinoja about purchasing specialized stats for its playoff broadcasts that begin next week.”
“Cash-flow issues this summer caused Tendu to fall behind at times -- a huge no-no in a sport that demands its minutiae up-to-date.”
“Today Antinoja's young company, Tendu, is aiming to develop data software not for some town softball league, but for Major League Baseball -- and to do so with the precision and detail the national pastime has never seen.”
“Antinoja has dreams for a wireless application that would allow fans to predict pitches and other strategic decisions -- using Tendu intelligence data, of course -- through their cell phones or PDAs.”
“The naxals claim that their right on the forest products remains and threatened even to the forest department not to cut bamboos and they have banned on picking Tendu leaves.”
“The problem is aggravated when it occurs in schools in far-flung places like Tendu.”
“The science students of Tendu had two reasons to celebrate - their school was upgraded and they were the first batch to study "science".”
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