Guys did you do all your home work here on my blog? You guys are from the media and you know the rules of the game right?
Did you read the copyright statement?
I'm writting this here so all my readers know how TV shows are researched.
I'm trying to figure out what I can do about this.
I had written to the channel here is what they say:
Thanks for watching TIMES NOW and for writing in. Our research on The Foodie begins and ends at the location we shoot. So if we do have the same information as your blog then it only goes to prove that your research is as authentic as ours! Please keep watching The Foodie - it airs on Saturdays at 5:30 PM, Sunday 11:30 AM and 9:30 PM.
TEAM WEEKENDTIMES NOW
I am a Koli by birth so correct yourself its not research. Yeah and the presentation was like your script was my blog!
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