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Singtel's CAST adds HOOQ to OTT content line-up, three-month trial offered

MUMBAI: Singtel’s OTT video portal app CAST is bringing a new world of entertainment to Singtel postpaid mobile, fibre broadband and Singtel TV customers with the addition of HOOQ.

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Zee, Sony and Disney tech providers NexGuard, Colorfront collaborate to ensure distributors stay ahead of pirates

MUMBAI: NexGuard and Colorfront have released key updates to their joint solution, adding support for multi-layer watermarking workflows and enhanced scalability and automation of forensic watermarking.

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Indian content at Netflix to be creatively lead by Disney's Simran Sethi

MUMBAI: Netflix is plumping up on executives of Indian origin as it continues to build its content catalogue targeted at the 1.3 billion strong population nation. Amongst the first to be hired for India was former Star TV-exec-turned-independent film producer,  Swati Shetty, who has been shuttling...

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Subramaniam is Prime interim head as Amazon seeks new leader

MUMBAI: Amazon Prime Video India director - content Vijay Subramaniam has been appointed as the interim head till the time a suitable replacement is found for Prime India head Nitesh Kripalani who quit two days ago. Kripalani will however remain on the rolls of Amazon India till November. “We are...

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Disney gives 2D characters physical form

MUMBAI: Disney Research has reportedly developed a method based on cable-driven mechanisms that can help artists give physical form and motion to two-dimensional characters. It uses assemblies of joints and cables to make poses and desired motions in a character.

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