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Hotstar most popular video streaming platform, finds study

MUMBAI: It’s a tough game for international OTT players to beat Hotstar in India. A study conducted by SEMrush found Hotstar crossed the mark of 35 million searches during April 2018 having a difference of over 30 million searches with Netflix. It revealed the dominance of Hotstar on all other...

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Mayavi Maling: A never-seen-before world of fantasy on Indian television

Mumbai:  The spectacular promo of the VFX extravaganza, Mayavi Maling, has sparked great curiosity amongst the audience and garnered immense appreciation. The grandeur of the show promises to capture everyone’s imagination and transport the audience to a fantasy world. Its compelling storyline...

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Hotstar Trends 2017: Women, small town, cross-language consumption rises

MUMBAI: Want to get a handle on what kind of traction that India’s answer to Amazon and Netflix - Hotstar from Star India – is getting? Well, the OTT service has come out with an India Watch Report 2018 (IWR 2018) – just as the IPL is around the corner in a bid to pique brands’ and ad agencies'...

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MIB has no data on OTTs; not under regulation: Minister

The government on Thursday while admitting it has no official data relating to OTT industry, including number of players and subscribers, said the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) doesn’t regulate internet-based video services.

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Amazon Prime Video to stream new AMC series in 28 countries

Amazon announced an output agreement with AMC Studios through which Amazon Prime Video will have first window rights to select new AMC series in 28 territories including India,Australia, Germany, Italy, and Japan as well as second run rights in many other countries.

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