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Health & beauty YouTube's fastest growing vertical in 2017 for India

YouTube remains the top video entertainment hub – with over 225 million Indian smartphone users, using the app every month. India also reached not one, but two major YouTube milestone this year, with 200 channels now crossing the one million subscriber mark and three channels achieving 10 million...

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Focus shifts to online streaming for Eros

Mumbai: Production and distribution company Eros International no longer wants to be a film studio but a digital content company.

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Screen Patti launches fresh branded video series Bonnet Pe Charcha with Total Oil India

Cricket or Football? Android or Apple? There are some discussions which are never ending. One of India’s biggest new age comedy channel Screen Patti brings an exciting video series in association with Total Oil called Bonnet Pe Charcha​, as a refreshingly hilarious take on such debates. After the...

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Apple commits $4.2 bn for original content

MUMBAI: Apple can’t get enough of taking more bites. The Cupertino-based company is reportedly spending a whopping $4.2 billion a year on coming up with original content by 2022.

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Amazon acquires rights for digital premiere of 2.0

MUMBAI: Amazon announced an exclusive content deal with Lyca Productions for the digital premiere of 2.0, the Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar-starrer mega-budget blockbuster. Prime members will have access to watch the Tamil, Telugu and Hindi versions of the much-awaited film on Prime Video.

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