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Amazon Prime Video is India's most-viewed OTT platform in February

Amid a large number of OTT platforms, Amazon Prime Video was the most-viewed one in India for the period between 12 February and 3 March. A survey done by market research and analysis company Velocity MR has revealed the high popularity of the international player, which is leaving no stone...

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Amazon Prime Video to add TV channels in India

Taking an edge over its rival Netflix, Amazon Prime Video is looking at making a bold move. The OTT player wants to be a content housing platform that is soon likely to include even TV channels of India.

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Amazon Prime Video Greenlights a new prime rriginal series - Bandish Bandits

Amazon Prime Video today greenlit an all new Prime Original Series, Bandish Bandits, a romantic musical created by Still and Still Media Collective.

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Amazon Prime Video greenlights six new India originals, Mirzapur to get season two

MUMBAI: Amazon Prime Video today announced the greenlighting of more than 20 new and returning Prime Original Series to go into production in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Japan and Mexico. In addition to delighting local audiences, many of the Prime Original series will be available to...

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Broadcasters split over rising production cost of GEC content

The rise in over the top (OTT) platforms has also led broadcasters and production houses to drive up the investment into its TV shows. The same companies are now even producing for both TV and digital.

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